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National Public Library now providing audio book service for the print disabled

National Public Library now providing audio book service for the print disabled
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The National Public Library, Archives and Documentation Services has begun offering an Audio Book Service for the Print Disabled.  

The Department of Library, Archives and Documentation Services said in a release that the introduction of this service is in keeping with the Department’s mandate to provide equal access to information to all citizens of the country. Through this service the Department’s aim is therefore to provide material to persons who unfortunately are unable to use our print material due to a print disability.

At present, this service is only available to persons who are blind, have low vision or those who have a physical or learning disability that prevents them from reading or holding a book.

Persons are required to register to use this service. The link to the online registration form is available on the Department’s FaceBook page: NPLADSSVG or on the Instagram page at nationalpubliclibrarysvg.

For more information or for assistance registering, persons may call the National Public Library at (784) 457-2022 or (784) 497-2022 (Whatsapp), send a message on FaceBook, Instagram or Whatsapp or send an email to [email protected]

 

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