Pennsylvanians with print disabilities will access services in a new virtual location.
Attention Sewickley Public Library Patrons! Did you know that any Pennsylvanian with print disabilities can access a wide range of free library materials and services from LAMP: The Library of Accessible Media for Pennsylvanians?
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and the Free Library of Philadelphia’s Libraries for the Blind and Physically Handicapped have officially changed their name to LAMP: Library of Accessible Media for Pennsylvanians. Pennsylvanians with print disabilities can access free LAMP services no matter where they live from mylamp.org, a new central website. There, you’ll find services, book recommendations, a calendar of statewide activities, information on joining LAMP, and much more.
Any Pennsylvania library patron who cannot read standard print including people with dyslexia, visual disabilities, blindness or those can’t hold a book are eligible for free services through LAMP. Looking for audiobooks, book recommendations, titles in braille, audio-described movies and large print books? Do you want to download books in audio or braille to your personal device? LAMP is your go-to source. LAMP helps you to Read for Life!
Learn more at mylamp.org today!