This library service is available free of charge to United States citizens living at home and abroad. This library service provides talking books and braille books to individuals experiencing temporary or permanent loss of vision, as well as to individuals who cannot hold a printed page.
The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped sends materials and free of charge to eligible participants. If individuals prefer to use their smart phone to access materials, the BARD app is available for free download and use.
Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped at the State Library of North Carolina
The NFB is a well-established non-profit institution. They provide free white canes to those with qualifying visual impairments. Their website provides a variety of resources on living, working, and attending school as a person with visual limitations.
The website of the American Foundation for the Blind provides historical resources, practical tools and training for those working with individual who have visual impairments, and a variety of resources directed at living with vision loss.
This comprehensive list from the National Braille Press features braille book and magazine publishers. Many of the books cost. The National Library Service for the Bling and Physically Handicapped can provide many of the same books at no cost to qualifying borrowers.