Reading Never Sounded So Good
Perkins Library at the Perkins School For The Blind is a Braille and Talking Book Library (BTBL) that offers free services such as books and magazines in digital audio, large print, braille, audio described DVD‟s; all geared towards helping those who have difficulties reading printed materials. This is not limited in any way to the blind; many residents in your community coping with arthritis, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, stroke and so many other conditions can receive our free services if only they were only made aware of their eligibility.
The Perkins Library offers a variety accessible services to eligible patrons, including our growing collection of a physical cartridge and cloud-based talking books, Braille and large print books, all available through postage-free checkout and delivery. We also have a same-day newspaper and magazine telephone service called NEWSLINE, an audio described Blu-ray and DVD library, museum passes, book clubs, and catalogs such as the Talking Book Topics for you to browse for suggestions and ideas.
The first step to becoming a patron will be printing out and completing our Application for Library Services, either in English or Spanish Language, you can also read more about our services in our Individual Patron Information Sheet, also available in Spanish. For additional information, call Erin Fragola, Perkins Library Outreach Coordinator, at 617-972-7247 or email Erin.