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The Hawaii State Library for the Blind and Print Disabled lends reading materials in audio, braille, and large print formats to people of all ages who have a visual or physical disability that prevents them from reading standard printed material. Our services are free of charge. See if you meet the eligibility requirements.Apply for free service
We have a great collection of books and magazines in audio, braille and large print formats available to qualified users with vision impairments and other print disabilities. We also transcribe materials into audio and braille and provide closed-circuit radio programming. Call us at 733-8444 for more information.
BARD (Braille and Audio Reading Download) provides downloadable braille and audio reading material for library users who are unable to read or use standard printed material because of visual or physical disabilities. There are thousands of books and magazines in the BARD collection. Interested? Click the link below for more information.
When Art is using the talking book service, he’s where he belongs.
When Joy is listening to a good book on her Victor Reader Stream, she’s where she belongs.
If you have any questions about the library or its services and resources, please call us at 733-8444 or visit the branch page by clicking the link below.