TNRL offers Library Home Service and Audiobooks for Print Disability free to eligible residents.
Library Home Service
Library Home Service provides free delivery of library materials to those who are confined to their home for more than three months due to a mobility or health issue. Library Home Service is currently only available in Kamloops, Barriere, and Clinton.
Audiobooks for Print Disability
Eligible patrons can access thousands of Mp3 and DAISY audiobooks via the library. This free service is available to any TNRD resident who is unable to read print material because of a visual, physical or perceptual disability.
Audiobooks can be picked up at any of our libraries, mailed free to your home, or delivered directly to you in some communities.
For more information about Library Home Service or Audiobooks for Print Disability:
Apply for Library Home Service or Audiobooks
For more information and to apply for one of our accessibility services please fill out the following form. A staff member will contact you regarding your application. Please note that Library Home Service is currently only available in Kamloops, Barriere, and Clinton.
Personal information is collected by the TNRD under the authority of the Library Act and the Local Government Act. The information provided will be used to issue a library card, contact you about reserved material, retrieve overdue Items, calculate administrative statistics, and update administrative records. Disclosure of personal information by TNRD is subject to the requirements of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have any questions about collection, use or disclosure of personal information by TNRD, please contact: Manager of Legislative Services, TNRD, 300-465 Victoria Street, Kamloops, BC, V2C 2A9, 250-377-8673 or by email to email@example.com.
TNRL partners with CELA to provide access to hundreds of thousands of titles in accessible formats for people with print disabilities.
Patrons with a visual, physical, or perceptual disability can access thousands of titles through NNELS.