Vision Australia Library

31 Aug

Vision Australia Library

The Vision Australia Library provides free access to over 40,000 items to clients nationwide in both audiobook and braille formats.

To become a member of the library, users must have a print disability such as Dyslexia (or another reading issue that means that they are unable to read or hold books including physical disabilities), be blind, or have low vision.

The collections include fiction and non-fiction reading materials for all age groups, daily newspapers and magazines.

For more information about Vision Australia Library and how members benefit from their collections contact Lisa Napier by calling 07 37272253 or by email: lisa.napier@visionaustralia.org.

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