Accessibility

The Greater Sudbury Public Library responds to the diverse needs of our patrons with special services and adaptive technologies that help support services to adults, children, and teenagers with disabilities; homebound individuals; and older adults

Accessible Collections

The Greater Sudbury Public Library has partnered with CELA to provide alternative format books and other resources for individuals who have difficulty reading print due to a visual, physical or learning disability.

Through this program individuals with a Greater Sudbury Public Library card can order DAISY audio books from CELA. We also have several Victor Readers available for our patrons to borrow.

Learn more about our accessible collections.

Assistive Technology

Technology has become a fundamental part of our everyday lives. The Greater Sudbury Public Library recognizes that new and emerging technology can improve the level of accessibility of our collection for all of our patrons.

DAISY Audiobooks, print magnifiers, and walkers all comprise some of the technology the library employs to improve patron access to our collection.

Learn more about our assistive technology.
  • Print Magnifier
  • Walkers & Magnifying tools at certain locations

Homebound Services

Homebound is a free and convenient service that supplies library materials to people who are unable to come into the library.

This service is available for all ages and is provided free. Long term, short term and seasonal services are available.

Learn more about our homebound services.

Do you have any questions, comments, or concerns regarding the accessible services or resources in our collection? Please complete our Accessibility Comment Form and let us know.

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For more information, please contact:
Janni Kranz
Accessibility Technician
705-673-1155, extension 4781