San Francisco Public Library

San Francisco Public Library provides an extensive list of services for people with disabilities.

Assistive Technology

Equipment that helps people with disabilities

Books by Mail

This free service is offered to any resident of San Francisco whose use of the Library's facilities and resources is affected by permanent or long-term disability.

Deaf Services Center

Services for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, their families, friends and professionals.

Friends for Life

Services for San Franciscans who are homebound

Information for People with Service Animals

Service Animals are the only animals allowed in the Library.

Library for the Blind and Print Disabled

Services for people who have no vision, low vision or difficulty holding or reading book.The Library for the Blind and Print Disabled (LBPD) provides a collection of more than 90,000 digital "talking book" titles for all ages as well as the special player needed to listen to them. The books can be mailed for free to San Francisco residents who have difficulty reading standard print.

Library On Wheels

Bookmobile outreach to San Francisco's seniors.

Resource Collection for Learning Differences

Information for adults and children with dyslexia, attention disorders and other learning differences.

Rolling Walker

Branches are lending rolling walkers to San Francisco Public Library cardholders for use in the library.

Services for People with Limited Mobility

keywords: learning disabilities, ADHD

 

Address: 
100 Larkin St.
94102 San Francisco , CA
US
Phone: 
415-557-4434
Updated: 
Tue, May 29, 2018: 8:40 am
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