The Center for Accessibility (C4A) provides customers with disabilities equal access to library resources and services at all DC Public Library locations.
901 G St. NW
2nd Floor, Room 205
Washington, DC 20001
At this location
The Center for Accessibility (C4A) staff work to provide disability-related library programming throughout the year, as well as classes in American Sign Language (ASL) and Assistive Technology. All services are free and open to all.
C4A also has a growing collection of materials for check-out, including standard print materials around the topic of disability culture and history, and a Children's braille book collection. We also have current issues of braille magazines for adults that may be read on site, including Harper's and The New York Times Book Review.
For the DC Public Library's statement on accommodations and web accessibility, please visit the Accessibility Page.
Computer Use Policy
The Center for Accessibility (C4A) has a limited number of computers that may be reserved for those with assistive technology needs. A staff member must make a reservation for eligible patrons at our Information Desk. Examples of Assistive Technology or equipment that may be utilized are ZoomText, JAWS, Fusion, large print keyboards, or an adjustable table for patrons using wheelchairs. All other patrons, including those who may need other C4A services to meet their library needs, are directed to use the public computers on the First Floor of MLK Library.