Bret from Amarillo, Texas takes care of dementia residents. He wants to help them enjoy audiobooks, but he’s having trouble figuring out the tech side of things. He asked me for help downloading specific audiobooks for patients and loading them on cheap MP3 players.
Luckily, I knew just the resource for him: NLS at the Library of Congress. It’s a free braille and talking book library service for people who have trouble with regular print materials. It circulates books in audio and braille formats.
Even better, NLS lets you instantly download the books onto a personal device or through the mail. You don’t even need a computer to use the service. You can receive and return audiobooks from libraries, free of charge. Click here to get started.
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