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    Taxonomy Code: TJ-4500.4500-750

    Libraries or other organizations that maintain collections of books, magazines and other reading material on cassettes, CDs or in digital file formats and make them available on a loan basis to residents of the community who are blind or have visual impairments, dyslexia or other related disabilities. Also included are organizations that distribute cassettes, CDs, or digital files of this type that people can keep.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Disease/Disability Care ServicesRISE is a unique radio information service which provides timely and pertinent audio news and information for those who are blind or print-disabled. We air readings of newspapers, magazines, and specialty programming over special tuned radio receivers. Listeners can also listen to RISE via an online web-stream. RensselaerRECORDINGS FOR THE BLINDWMHT- RISE
    Library ServicesProvides a large free lending library of a variety of books in braille and other audio formats. Also offers free loan of playback equipment to eligible borrowers. Some materials in Spanish, French, German, and other languages. Digital audio books can be downloaded by registered borrowers with appropriate electronic devices.AlbanyAUDIO AND BRAILLE BOOKS COLLECTIONNEW YORK STATE TALKING BOOK AND BRAILLE LIBRARY (TBBL)
    Library ServicesInstruction is provided for those who want to learn or perfect their skills in operating, programming, and/or utilizing computers. Guilderland Public Library's Homebound Book Loan program serves the residents of Guilderland, NY. This program allows residents to have books delivered and picked up by library staff volunteers on a monthly basis, to/from their place of residence. A library card must be issued to the responsible party. Library book requests are made by phone and a delivery and/or pick-up date is scheduled. Library materials available to patrons with visual and/or auditory disabilities. These materials, which can be borrowed, include books on CD or cassette tape, closed captioned VHS tapes and closed captioned DVDs. In addition, the library has a magnifier for patrons to use on books and/or newspapers with small print. Book Discussion Groups on various topics meet at the library. Internet access for public use.AlbanyPUBLIC LIBRARYGUILDERLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY

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