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Talking Books Service

Talking Books service, or library service for the blind and physically handicapped, is handled by the State Library of Kansas.

For qualified customers Talking Books provides recorded books and magazines and loaned playback equipment. Any Kansas citizen that is certified as print impaired due to a visual or physical condition may apply for Talking Books Services.

If you are eligible and wish to sign up for Talking Books, you must complete an application and have it signed by a certifying authority (a medical doctor or doctor of osteopathy). An online version of the application is available (PDF). Print, complete, and return the application by mail or in person. Faxes are not acceptable.

Call the State Library at 1-800-362-0699 for additional information.

Last update: 7/31/2014
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