Newspapers Books and Magazines

NFB-NEWSLINE® allows the blind, and those unable to read print, to read over 400 newspapers, magazines and online publications. Seniors can again read newspapers. Blind children can research homework. Blind professionals can converse with colleagues on relevant topics. No affiliation with any blindness organization is required. Access content via your iPhone or iPad, desktop computer or laptop, NLS player and your touchtone telephone. Anyone who cannot read printed newspapers due to blindness or a physical disability is eligible.

3737 N Meridian St, Ste 202, Indianapolis, IN 46208-4369
317-653-5106 – 855-963-6476
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Indiana Residents Sign Up Today

Fill out their online form to register. After your registration is processed, you’ll receive a letter containing your activation codes and instructions for how to begin reading the newspaper with NFB-NEWSLINE.

Indiana Library Services

Indiana Talking Book and Braille Library
140 North Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-232-3684 – 800-622-4970
Email Indiana Braille and Talking Book Library

The Indiana State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped offers free library service to people unable to read or handle ordinary books and magazines because of a visual or physical disability. The Library provides a variety of materials on popular subjects, current events, and best sellers. Materials are available in large print and Braille. Thousands of audio books and magazines are available on digital cartridges and by downloading from the National Library Service BARD: Braille and Audio Reading Download

Patrons may either visit the library, browse online or have materials mailed free of charge. The library also provides players and selected accessories.


LaufWare Accessible Software and Apps for Windows, iPhone and Android
Free and low cost software for Windows in 40 categories, keyboard shortcuts for over 50 Windows programs, iOS apps for iPhone and iPad, and top 50 accessible Android apps. – community site for blind and low-vision users of Mac computers, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV
AppleVis contains discussion forums, podcasts and reviews of the accessibility of thousands of apps for iOS and Mac.

Hadley Institute for the Blind and Visually Impaired
700 Elm Street, Winnetka, IL 60093-2554
(847) 446-8111 | Toll Free: (800) 323-4238

Books and Reading

480 South California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94306
(650) 352-0198 | Fax: (650) 475-1066
Email: is an online library that enables members who have visual impairments, reading, or other print disabilities to legally share thousands of accessible electronic books and periodicals. An annual subscription fee is required for non-students. BookShare Members download books and magazines in a compressed, encrypted file. They then read the material using adaptive technology, typically software that reads the book aloud (text-to-speech) and/or displays the text of the book on a computer screen, or Braille access device. Apps are also available for iOS and Android devices.

Learning Ally
20 Roszel Road, Princeton, NJ 08540
Member Services: (800) 221-4792 – Washington DC Studio: 202-244-8990

Learning Ally, formerly RFB&D, is a national organization providing audio textbooks, library services and educational resources to those who cannot read standard print because of a visual, physical, or perceptual disability. Learning Ally specializes in textbooks and books needed in various professions. Books are produced in digital format and can be played on specialized talking book players and apps for iOS and Android phones and tablets. A membership fee is required.

National Braille Press – 888-965-8965
88 Saint Stephen Street, Boston, MA 02115-4312
National Braille Press produces a wide variety of books, including material on cooking, health, and tutorials on PC software, iPhones and iPads. Most of their publications are available in hardcopy Braille, downloadable Braille, Daisy audio or Microsoft Word formats.

Indiana Radio Reading Services

Indiana residents within 50 miles of Indianapolis, fort Wayne and Evansville can listen to newspapers, magazines and other publications via radio reading services through the use of special radios. some broadcast on the internet. Please contact the one closest to you for more information.

Indianapolis: Indiana Reading and Information Services (IRIS)
1630 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 614-0404 | (877) 854-0077

Fort Wayne: Allen County Public Library Audio Reading Service
7615 DiSalle Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46825
(260) 421-1376

Evansville: WNIN FM Radio Reading Service
WNIN Tri-State Public Media, Inc. | (812) 423-2973
405 Carpenter Street, Evansville, IN 47708

Free Resources

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Independent Living and Rehabilitation

Bosma Enterprises | 317-684-0600 – 888-567-3422
8020 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46268

NFB Training Centers

Julie Deden, Director | 303-778-1130 | Toll Free: 800-401-4632 | Fax: 303-778-1598
2233 West Shepperd Avenue, Littleton, Colorado 80120
Email: Julie Deden

BLIND, Incorporated (Blindness: Learning in New Dimensions) –
Shawn Mayo, Director | 612-872-0100 | Toll Free: 800-597-9558 | Fax: 612-872-9358
100 East 22nd Street, South Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404

Pam Allen, Director | 318-251-2891 | Toll Free: 800-234-4166
101 South Trenton Street, Ruston, Louisiana 71270
Email: Director Pam Allen

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