WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- The White Plains Public Library offers services for White Plains residents who are unable to come to the library, due to temporary or permanent disability.
Through this program, disabled patrons may call the library to have books, audiobooks or compact discs delivered to their home. This service is a joint project with the Friends of the Library group. A volunteer from the Friends of the Library delivers items that have been selected by a librarian.
The homebound services librarian works closely with each patron to identify favorite authors, genres or formats, choosing from the library’s large selection of both regular and large-print books, paperbacks, audiobooks and compact discs. Typically, 10 items are delivered to the homebound patron about every six weeks. Contact the Homebound Services librarian at 914-422-1485 if you would like to join this program or have any questions about this service.
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