Accessibility Services

Homebound Service

Homebound Delivery is a service intended for patrons who are unable to come to the library due to permanent or temporary disability, illness, injury, or limitations in mobility or transportation. Patrons can participate in the service permanently, seasonally, or for a predetermined length of time.

The Homebound Delivery Service is available free-of-charge to all Wetaskiwin Public Library patrons within the service area regardless of age or economic status.

If you would like to register for this service or receive more information, please phone Brenda at 780-361-4446.

Services for Patrons with Print Disabilities

The Wetaskiwin Public Library is pleased to offer a variety of services to patrons with print disabilities. A print disability is defined as any visual, physical, or cognitive impairment that prevents or inhibits an individual from reading print materials. This includes impairment of sight, the inability to hold or manipulate print books, or an impairment of comprehension (e.g. dyslexia).

The library makes available adaptive technology (such as Daisy Readers) and access to thousands of print alternative materials through CELA and NNELS.

For more information about these services please contact the library.