Do you or someone you know have trouble reading newsprint size font? If so, you may be eligible to receive library materials from the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.

Free resources include:

  • Talking books and magazines
  • Braille books and magazines
  • Described videos
  • Playaways (personal audiobook players)
  • Large print books         
Download an Application for Services

Carnegie Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped Events Calendar

Pennsylvania Braille and Talking Book Online Catalog

Other Resources & Information:

A talking magazine provided at no cost to visually impaired and physically disabled adults. 

Resume and Employment Guide for People With Disabilities –

A comprehensive step-by-step guide that can help people with disabilities create an impactful resume that can highlight their skills and value to potential employers.

College Planning Guide for Students With Learning Disabilities – Intelligent

A planning guide for students with learning disabilities to ensure they understand their rights,  potential accommodations, and scholarships available specifically to them.

The National Federation of the Blind

Access a huge collection of ebooks for people with reading barriers.

Navigating College with Visual Impairments (

A resource for college students with visual impairments know their legal rights.

Career Guide for People With Disabilities [Updated 2023] (

Childproofing Your Home for a Child with Vision Impairment (

A guide for guardians of a visually impaired child, as they will have an additional list of things to do to meet the special needs of their little one.

Mental Health Disability Rights in The Workplace: A Guide For Employees – Online MFT Programs

Still have questions? Contact Delmont Library for more information.
Phone: 724-468-5329