Services for Disabled & Homebound

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For the visually impaired, the library has large print books, books on CD, and a CCTV.

The library's Sophie Bramley Sylvan Resource Center has books available in Braille, a computer with a large monitor, Internet access, scanner and software which enables the computer to read printed materials aloud to the user; CCTV; Braille embosser; and other adaptive equipment for the visually impaired.

Bemis Library has TTY (or TDD) access via 303-795-3913.

The Library Without Walls program provides delivery of collection materials to homebound who live within the city limits of Littleton. Call the library at 303-795-3961 to sign up for this service.