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The Illinois Network of Talking Book and Braille Libraries is funded through the cooperation of the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped/Library of Congress and the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Providing FREE audio and braille library service for the print impaired reader. Anyone who is unable to comfortably read standard print due to a temporary or permanent visual or physical disability is eligible for the Talking Book and Braille Service. All materials and equipment are mailed postage-free through the Talking Book Centers. Books, magazines and audio machines are loaned to users at no cost.
Schools, nursing facilities and other institutions that serve persons with disabilities also are eligible to receive library service. All materials and equipment are mailed postage-free through the Talking Book Centers. Books, magazines and audio machines are loaned to users at no cost. The Voices of Vision Talking Book program serves residents of 12 counties in northern Illinois. The program is housed at and operated by the DuPage Library System (DLS) and funded through a contract with the Illinois State Library.