The EPVA library provides information on spinal cord injury and disabilities rights to members, their families, staff, and SCI medical professionals
National Library of Canada (NLC)
NLC promotes equitable access to library and information resources to all Canadians. Its web page on Library Services to Persons with Disabilities includes links to the Canadian Union Catalogue of Alternative Format Materials (CANUC:H); Federal Government Publications Issued in Alternative Format, 1981-1996; List of Books Available in Large Print, 1996; and a downloadable version of the booklet, The Accessible Canadian Library II.
A federally funded project, NARIC collects and disseminates the results of federally funded research projects. It also maintains a literature collection, which also includes commercially published books, journal articles, and audiovisuals, averages around 200 new documents per month.
The library covers all aspects of hearing, speech and language and specializes in literature on deafness – from academic journals, research reports and student textbooks to children’s books and novels with deaf characters.