Eastham Public Library

For Every Chapter of Your Life

190 Samoset Road, Eastham, MA 02642
508-240-5950

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Assistive Services

Resources for the Blind & Visually Impaired During COVID-19 Outbreak

Provided by The AdaptiVision, Inc. Team

Work & Education

  • The Carroll Center for the Blind’s individualized remote instruction on employment, travel, daily living, and the use of technologies
  • Distance learning and educational content through Aira, ObjectiveEd and Accessibyte
  • Free Live Course series from the Assistive Technology Industry Association on education (including remote learning) during COVID-19
  • National homework hotline for blind & visually impaired students from VISTAS Education Partners

Health & Wellness

News & Entertainment

Transportation & Logistics

ASSISTIVE SERVICES

Resources for the Visually & Hearing Impaired

Vision

  • Large Print books: Thousands of titles available from the Eastham Library collection and delivered from other CLAMS libraries
  • Digital Talking Book Player players are available for loan to listen to audio books (for use with USB flash drive cartridges provided by the library, the Perkins Braille and Talking Book Library and through a BARD library account)
  • Loanable digital audio books (Perkins School for the Blind catalog) and volunteers to help BARD library card holders download books directly to a cartridge
  • Optelec ClearReader+ Rediscover the joy of reading anytime and anywhere. Within a few seconds, the ClearReader+ scans any magazine articles and reads them to you in naturally sounding voices. Portable.
  • Optelec ClearView C Speech The new Optelec ClearView C Speech is a unique desktop video magnifier that is designed to improve your reading experience. Select your preferred reading voice and sit back, relax, and listen to documents as they are read aloud. Combining a clear voice with magnification or high contrast makes reading so much easier.
  • ZoomText screen magnifier software on all pc’s in the reading room
  • ZoomText USB flash drive to use on personal laptops (in-library use). Take your ZoomText anywhere
  • Ruby handheld video magnifier Ruby manual
  • TOPAZ PHD lightweight video magnifier – a 15 inch portable desktop video magnifier that folds away like a laptop

The library’s equipment for the visually impaired has been generously funded by the
Edward Bangs Kelley and Elza Kelley Foundation

Hearing

Training

  • Volunteers associated with the VITAL Program at Brooks Free Library
  • Training, assistance and cartridges with cases for download digital audio books (with a personal BARD account)