D.C. Talking Book and Braille
The DC Talking Book and Braille Program, part of the National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled, provides braille and audio materials to eligible District residents who cannot read standard print due to a disability. The Washington Volunteer Readers for the Blind provide locally recorded materials for this service. Registered patrons can also access the NFB Newsline to listen to newspapers and magazines over the phone.To apply for the DC Talking Book and Braille Program, please complete the individual application form or institutional application form and mail or email it to the Center for Accessibility. All information will remain confidential. If you need assistance in applying, we are happy to help.
Center for Accessibility, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library 901 G Street NW, 205D Washington DC 20001.