Leeds Libraries offer a range of services and resources to help adults, children, young people and their parents/carers access the service easily.
- Do you have difficulty accessing your nearest library?
- Do you think libraries are not for you?
- Do you have trouble with your sight or hearing?
- Do you have concerns with memory loss?
- English not your first language?
If you have answered yes to any of these questions then please read on to see some of the services that Leeds Library and Information services can offer you……
Library At Home Service. - Free home delivery for anyone unable to visit their local library due to permanent or temporary ill health.
Large print and talking books can help you carry on reading if you have difficulty in seeing to read.
Assistive technology can help make our computers in libraries easier to use, including trackballs, larger keyboards and monitors, adjustable height desks, screen readers and magnifying software.
Boardmaker can help with communication using pictures and symbols.
Memory drop-in sessions at Leeds Central Library offer an informal drop-in service for people with memory loss or dementia including carers.
World Languages. If English is not your first language we have books and newspapers in many different languages, multilingual word processing is available in many of our libraries. We can also offer you FREE access to the British citizenship tests.