The Canadian Copyright Act defines "perceptual disabilities" as including:
A person may be temporarily print disabled and still be eligible to use specialised services.
You will find many accessible materials at and through the Library, including audiobooks, a Daisy reader available for loan, and downloadable ebooks that will allow you to change to change colours, fonts, and text size to make reading easier.
For even more resources, including audio magazines and audiobooks not otherwise available, we can set you up to access CELA and NNELS, free services for library patrons with print disabilities. These services ensure equitable access to library materials.
Contact us for more information, or to register as a patron with a print disability.