"We must read to them, out loud, a lot, even when they could read it themselves." -Andrew Pudewa
Recorded Recreational Reading for the Blind (RRRB)
serves the sight-challenged throughout the West Valley of Maricopa County, Arizona.
Every week, throughout the year,
dedicated and talented volunteers gather together to prepare and produce over six hours of audio recording for the West Valley Talking News.
This effort provides an audio newscast
comprised of newsworthy items of particular interest to many sight-challenged residents of the retirement areas and other communities in the West Valley of
Maricopa County, Arizona.
Many of the same group of volunteers
plus more volunteer readers, spend hours recording and producing audio books, magazines, journals and newsletters for release through the National Library Service (NLS) and its BARD Distribution website.
That's right...when you qualify for the audio reading service, this digital player along with regularly mailed pre-recorded cartridges are sent to you...free!
More than 100,000 titles
and a wide assortment of topics in the form of books and magazines are available. New books are being read, recorded and duplicated for digital playback every month!
To find out if you're qualified to subscribe, contact us today!