The Library is committed to providing equal access for all members of the community to information, lifelong learning, literacy, and the love of reading.
The Library provides outreach services including home delivery for persons with disabilities who are homebound and have no alternative means of obtaining library materials.
The library are wheelchair accessible and is continually improving the accessibility features of internal signage and furnishings as budget allows and as required by the AODA.
The Library develops and maintains accessible collections in a variety of formats including: large print books, audiobooks, DVDs and literacy materials. The Library also offers downloadable e-Books and audiobooks as well as access to a full range of electronic databases that you can access from the library or from your home.
The library’s collections and community information displays include materials with information on a range of disabilities, disability issues, and services for people with disabilities.
PATRONS WITH PRINT DISABILITIES
To improve the provision of library services to people with print disabilities, the Library offers large print books and audiobooks.
Contact the Library for more information on these specialized services »