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Library Computers for People with Disabilities

Two computer workstations at Central Library provide access to library patrons with physical disabilities.

The stations include software and assistive technology devices set up for magnifying print, controlling a cursor using slight finger movements, and print/ electronic material converted into text that can be read aloud.

If you are are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, have low vision, mobility limitations (including carpal tunnel and arthritis) or learning disabilities, you may sign up to use these computers at the Central Library Information Services Desk. Reservations can be made up to a week in advance by calling 414-286-3017. TDD: 286-3062. Valid identification is required at the time of use.

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