Recording Service, recording a wide range of materials for personal and professional use.
Reading Service, reading to adults with impaired vision to support their employment or academic endeavors.
The Print Access Center can convert all kinds of conventional printed material into an accessible format, by enlarging or scanning it, or by translating a document into braille (some restrictions apply). We can also download documents and resources from the Internet.
Types of material transcribed include:
- menus, letters, and greeting cards
- college exams
- radio and TV scripts for commercials
- signage and brochures for museum exhibits
- licensure board exams
- healthcare provider member handbooks
For braille transcription, contact Fran Libowitz via e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at (212) 821-9689.
- health care provider member handbooks
- instructional booklets and pamphlets
- licensing examinations
- juror handbooks
- religious manuals
- charts and graphs from text books
For recording services contact Rosie Lopez via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (212) 821-9682.
The Reading Service schedules day and evening (Monday through Thursday) appointments in our reading rooms at our Manhattan headquarters. Volunteers read to adults on a one-to-one basis. The majority of the material is work-oriented or academic in nature. For more information about Lighthouse Print Access Center services, contact: Rosie Lopez at (212) 821-9683 or via e-mail email@example.com. For more information about volunteering to read, visit our Volunteer section.
For more information about local services:
In the New York metropolitan area, call (212) 821-9200 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org