Blind, Deaf, Disabled, and Homebound Customers
Howard County Library System's (HCLS) curriculum includes a collection of large print books, audio books, captioned DVDs, and American Sign Language videos. We also deliver materials to customers who are homebound, and provide sign language interpreters for our classes and events.
Large print books for adults and children
Braille books for adults and children
Sign Language (Instructional) DVDs
American Sign Language (ASL) videos
For use in HCLS branches:
TTY allows a hard-of-hearing, deaf, or speech-disabled person to phone HCLS directly. Every branch has one.
This stand-alone reading machine combines advanced speech synthesis, intelligent character recognition, and Bookedge scanner. The Central, East Columbia, Miller, and Glenwood branches have machines.
This is a video magnifier for individuals with low vision. The magnification level ranges from 2x to 25x. Available at Central Branch only.
* Currently, we are not accepting any new customers into the program.
Provided by Howard County Library System
Provided by the State of Maryland - Maryland Technology Assistance Program (MDTAP)
Questions? Please feel free to contact:
10375 Little Patuxent Pkwy
Columbia, MD 21044