If you need accommodations or have questions about accessibility, contact Co-Director Carolyn Brennan at (802) 223-3338 ext. 210 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are committed to making the Library accessible for everyone.
Anyone who has trouble accessing the Library via the front entrance should use the School Street entrance.
We have elevator access to all three floors.
The Public computer in our front reading room has a height adjustable desk.
All main areas of the Library have automatic, button activated doors.
We are happy to help patrons reach items that are shelved in high or low places; just ask at the circulation desk!
All of our computers have screen magnifiers and text readers as part of their operating systems.
Please let us know if you need help with screen magnification or text reading.
If you or someone you know is housebound and unable to visit the Library for a period of 2 months or longer; call (802) 223-3338 or email email@example.com to find out about home delivery. You can also download the Home Delivery Registration Form HERE and return it the library.
The Kellogg-Hubbard Library Connects to Vermont's A.B.L.E. library.
In addition to the large print, audiovisual and braille items in our own collection,
The National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled, in partnership with the VT Department of Libraries provides:
Large print books, Print braille books, Digital talking books, Audio-described DVDs
to people with:
Temporary or permanent low vision, Blindness, A physical disability that prevents them from reading or holding the printed page.
This service is offered regardless of age, economic circumstances or technical expertise. Materials can be mailed to your door for free or downloaded instantly. Ask about this service at the circulation desk, or find more information here.