Residents with limited sight or reading disabilities may qualify for services from the New Jersey Library Talking Book and Braille Center in Trenton.
They offer Braille, talking books (digital and cassettes), books in large print, periodicals, Audiovision (radio broadcasts of newspaper items and special interest programs, also available as an Internet streaming service), and equipment for playing recorded materials.
You may qualify for the specialized public library services if your ability to read is affected by:
A Vision Impairment
A Physical Impairment
A Reading Disability
These need to be certified by a doctor.
If you qualify you may register to become a member of the Talking Book and Braille Center by downloading and mailing an an application.
For information, contact the library at: The New Jersey Library Talking Book and Braille Center, P.O. Box 501, Trenton, NJ 08625-0501, phone 1-800-792-8322 or visit the New Jersey Library Talking Book and Braille Center web site, at http://njsltbbc.org.
You can find a link to the New Jersey State Library Talking Book and Braille Center on our database webpage.
Contact : Mary Donne, Head of Information Services