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- The following
articles by Disability Resources Monthly
editor Julie Klauber focus on
the informational needs of people with disabilities and how libraries
can meet them. You can probably find these publications in your
local public library; if not, we will be happy to provide reprints.
- Living Well with a Disability:
How Libraries Can Help
- This cover
story in the November 1998 issue of American Libraries
(pp. 52-55) describes the role libraries can and should play
in meeting the informational needs of people with disabilities.
- An Enabling Collection
for People with Disabilities
- This bibliographic
guide to books on independent living for public libraries appeared
Library Journal (April 1, 1997, pp. 53-56).
- Toy Story - How to
Select and Buy Adaptive Toys
- This article
on adaptive toys and toy resources appeared in School
Library Journal (July 1996, pp. 22-25). A guide to publications
and product catalogs is included.
- Get ordering information.
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