Enfield libraries are committed to making its services accessible to all. We have a range of resources for children with special needs.
Hearing loops are in place in all of our libraries.
We provide a range of large print and spoken words books throughout our libraries. We also offer free customisable e-books, e-audiobooks, and e-magazines in our Digital Library.
All our computers run Windows 10, which has Ease of Access options in the settings. This allows you to enable a screen reader and adapt the screen to meet your needs.
An Eye-Pal Solo machine is available at Edmonton Green Library. This machine reads typed text such as official documents and newspapers.
All of our libraries, expect for Bowes Road Library, are fully accessible. For more information about accessibility, contact your local library. For more details on the full range of services, go to AccessAble.
- AbilityNet helps disabled people use digital technology at work, at home or in education.
- Action On Hearing Loss is the royal national charity helping people confronting deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss to live the life they choose.
- Apple Accessibility helps people learn more about the built-in assistive technologies in Apple products.
- Technology Association of Visually Impaired People is a lively community of blind and partially sighted people. Our members include people of all skill levels, ages and interests.
- Enfield Vision is a group of visually impaired people determined to improve the environment and to reduce the everyday problems of blind and partially sighted people.
- Microsoft Accessibility helps people learn more about the built-in assistive technologies in Windows products.
- My Web My Way provides accessibility help, enabling computer users to make the most of the internet, whatever their ability or disability.