Some accessible educational materials (AEM) are available through independent sources. These entities often have their own set of eligibility requirements to obtain the AEM, but some also include commercial reading materials. Check here first to see if the materials you are interested in are available.
If you have difficulties or cannot find the materials you need, proceed to AT and AEM Center tab on the left.
American Printing House for the Blind Louis Database
Visit the APH Blind Louis Database containing information on approximately 420,000 title in accessible formats including braille, large print, sound recordings, and electronic files.
Explore this online library of over 200,000 titles including current-day books, magazines, and newspapers as well as textbooks and journals. Membership is free for those with qualifying disabilities.
Learn about Learning Ally, a library of audiobooks for students who are blind, visually impaired, and dyslexic.
Library Services for the Blind
Discover the services available through a national network of cooperating libraries that provide free braille and audio materials to eligible borrowers in the United States by postage-free mail.
National Braille Press
Discover the braille services available including menus, buisiness cards, guides, brochures, maps, magazines, newsletters, catalogues, billing and financial statements, and more.
Seedling Braille Books for Children
Read about Seedlings, a non-profit whose mission is to increase the opportunity for literacy of children who are blind by providing low cost braille books.