ILLINOIS TALKING BOOK OUTREACH CENTER PROGRAMS
25TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE ADA
The Itasca Community Library and Illinois Talking Books Outreach Center will be hosting a mini expo in the library atrium from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m to bring awareness to the organizations in their area that are serving people with disabilities.
LIBRARIES EMPOWER EVERYONE
In partnership with Reaching Across Illinois Library System, Outreach librarians, vision teachers, independent living center staff, nursing home activity directors, and other partners who work with people who are blind, low vision, or physically unable to read regular print will be invited to learn about our services, and help ITBOC plan to better serve these organizations' eligible clients, students, or patrons. Date and location tbd, please check back soon.
For accommodations information, please contact Rose Chenoweth at (630) 734-5210 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accommodations available at the Illinois Talking Book Outreach Center include:
• Accessible parking
• Accessible entrance/exit
• Accessible bathroom
• Elevator access
• ASL Interpretation
ABOUT ILLINOIS TALKING BOOK OUTREACH CENTER
The Illinois Talking Book Outreach Center provides no cost audio and Braille book library service for those unable to read regular print because of low vision, blindness or physical disability. ITBOC registers customers for talking books and playback equipment, and mails the books to/from library patrons free of charge.