Braille, Radio, Talking Books, News
As Minnesota's Accessible Reading Source, our Communication Center provides books, newspapers, magazines and other printed materials in braille, e-text, or human narrated audio formats for people who are blind, losing vision, DeafBlind or who have other disabilities that make it difficult to read print.
Live, work, read, succeed –access to information for school, work and everyday life is critical. Whether it’s a story in today’s newspaper, a textbook for class, a manual for work, or the latest book from a favorite author, we provide you with what you want to read, in a form that works for you. Our consumers read books on tablets and smartphones, through a radio receiver, or on a digital book player. The radio and book player are provided at no cost to consumers. We describe all that is available and explain eligibility in our application for services form.
You can search the more than 8,000 books produced at SSB by choosing the catalog link on our Library Services page.