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The Province offers two services for those with perceptual disabilities (commonly known as “print disabilities”). These include three broad categories of people who require accessible formats:
- severe or total impairment of sight or hearing or the inability to focus or move one’s eyes,
- the inability to hold or manipulate a book, or
- an impairment relating to comprehension.
You may need to contact the library to confirm you fit the criteria. Two options for access are:
- celalibrary.ca provides immediate access to books, newspapers and magazines in formats that people with print disabilities can read, such as audio, digital text and braille.
- The National Network for Equitable Library Service (NNELS) is a repository of content owned and sustained by Canadian public libraries for those with print disabilities