Program for the Blind & Disabled
Provides Free Library Services for the Blind and Disabled
The Utah State Library Program for the Blind and Disabled provides free braille and talking book library services for people who either permanently or temporarily cannot read or use conventional printed materials due to visual or physical limitations, i.e., blindness, visual disability, physical disability, and/or reading/learning disability are by law eligible. This includes people in private homes, nursing homes, hospitals, schools and other institutions.
If you or someone you know has a physical condition making reading difficult, you could qualify for free services through the Utah State Library Program for the Blind and Disabled and the National Library Service. With certification, people are eligible who have visual impairments, including blindness, macular degeneration, ADD, dyslexia or other print disabilities, or physical conditions that make it difficult to read or hold a book.