Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a program that offers books in Braille or on audio cassette for blind or low vision people?
Yes. Through the Georgia Libraries for Accessible Statewide Services (GLASS), Georgians have access to a free national library program that lends talking books on cassettes, digital cartridges or in Braille and lends magazines on digital cartridge or in Braille.
Who Is Eligible for the service?
- Anyone who is unable to read or handle standard printed materials as a result of temporary or permanent visual or physical disability.
- Persons who are legally blind or cannot see well enough or focus long enough to read standard print, even with glasses.
- Persons who are unable to hold or turn pages of print books.
- Persons who are certified by a medical doctor as having a reading disability.
How Do I apply for GLASS Services?
- Click Here to download the GLASS Application.