Print Accessibility at Georgia Libraries

ACESSIBILITY is not an "other". It's about all of us.Could someone you know benefit from reading materials in an accessible format?

Georgia Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled (GLS), a division of the Georgia Public Library Service, is a free library service for Georgia residents of any age who are unable to read standard print due to a visual, physical, or reading disability. GLS serves the entire state, offering books and magazines in braille or audio formats through postage-free mail or via download.

In addition to accessible reading materials, they offer in-person and virtual library programs such as book clubs, summer reading programs, and social events. These opportunities allow for GLS patrons to engage with others to talk about books, for peer support and to learn about resources and services for people with blindness, low vision, or other print disabilities.

Learn more about the service and eligibility on the GLS website:

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