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Accessible Magazines

The National Library Service (NLS) provides Reader’s Digest in an audio-only form. If you already receive NLS books, you may request to also receive Reader’s Digest in audio. To sign up for an NLS account, visit https://www.loc.gov/nls/.

Featured Products

ColorStar

Detect and analyze the color(s) and lighting of your surroundings with this lightweight device.

Illinois Braille Series, Book One, Uncontracted Braille

This popular braille course for adults is now produced in Unified English Braille (UEB).

Joy Player

Enjoy jamming to your favorite music or listening to your favorite audio-book on the easy-to-load, switch-activated Joy Player.

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