If you or someone you know has a visual or print disability, a partnership between the Bonfield Public Library and the Centre for Equitable Library Access (CELA) offers alternative ways of reading in a variety of formats. Some restrictions do apply. CELA materials can only be accessed by someone with a print disability as defined in Canadian copyright law. Access must be restricted to people with print disabilities because the copyright law allows CELA to reproduce published materials in alternative formats for the exclusive use of people with print disabilities. Visit celalibrary.ca for more information. Once registered with CELA contact the Bonfield Public Library.
Accessibility Resources on the Internet
The following links are some great resources for Accessibility Access
Check out accessibility solutions for people with hearing, vision, mobility and learning disabilities.
Every Mac is built with assistive technologies to support people who are blind or have low vision or are hearing impaired.