Braille & Talking Books
To apply for Braille or Talking Book service, fill out the Braille and Talking Books Application (PDF).
Print the application and have it certified by a professional listed on page two of the application.
Return the application to:
Braille and Talking Books
@Taylor Community Library
12303 Pardee Road
Taylor, MI 48180
Completed application may also be scanned and emailed.
The International Union Catalog for Alternate Format Materials is a database of records for the braille, recorded, large print and electronic collections of NLS, and other agencies. NLS collections include the nationally distributed materials, which are the braille and recorded books that NLS has produced and distributed to its network of cooperating regional libraries as well as collections that are held only at NLS or its multistate centers. Additionally the catalog contains records for titles which have been selected for the national distribution but which have not yet been produced. The catalog also includes records for books produced locally by network libraries and which are available to other libraries through interlibrary loan from the producing library.
Braille and Audio Reading Download (BARD) is a free library service of recorded and braille books and magazines for residents of the United States and to American citizens abroad who are unable to read or use standard printed material because of visual or physical disabilities.
The Assistive Technology Lab offers items to help people with vision impairments use printed materials.
The Braille and Talking Books Application is for Wayne County residents in need of Braille and Talking Book services. People who live outside Wayne County should call the Michigan Braille and Talking Book Library at 800-992-9012 to locate your serving library.
View the Welcome Letter people receive when they being services with Braille and Talking Books at Taylor community library.
Library Access Foundation supports public libraries to serve people with print impairments.