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Accessible Services – Plan – Feedback

Preferences Tool

Change the look of the page presentation on the library website according to your reading preferences and needs by opening the ‘show preferences’ box at top right of screen.

Daisy Books

Daisy Books are available for vision impaired clients. We have 20 titles available. We can also borrow from the Provincial collection, which has 400 titles to choose from.

National Network of Equitable Library Service

NNELS is the partnership to produce a repository of content and a network of users, library staff, library branches and print producers co-operating to devise new digital delivery of talking books via Canadian public libraries.

NNELS books are for library cardholders with perceptual disabilities as defined in the Canadian Copyright Act.

For more information about the service and how you can get books, visit the NNELS website.

Accessibility Plan

The Kaslo & District Public Library is committed to providing equal and inclusive access to resources and programs to meet your needs for lifelong learning, information, recreation and education in a functional and safe environment.

Our new Accessibility Plan  developed by the Kootenay Library Accessibility Committee is a guiding document to help us become more accessible. (plan updated March 31, 2024)

Feedback on Accessibility

Feedback is encouraged and appreciated to help us identify, reduce, and remove barriers that patrons experience when accessing services & programs at the library.

Visit our Contact Us page for our location, hours, phone number, and mailing address or use the contact us form to email us directly with feedback. All formats of feedback accepted. Anonymous feedback also accepted.

When submitting feedback, be sure to include

  • A description of the event, program, material, or service you or someone else was trying to access,
  • a description of the barrier you or someone else encountered, and
  • recommendations and/or general feedback.

All feedback and suggestions will be carefully considered. Feedback may be used to improve library services, library infrastructure, or may be used when developing future accessibility plans.

All feedback will be anonymized and stored electronically regardless of the method by which it is submitted.

All feedback, except that submitted anonymously, will be acknowledged in the way in which it is received.