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During Your Visit
Lincolnwood Library is a one floor building meeting ADA requirements. An abundance of windows provides a large amount of natural light to illuminate the space. Please ask at a service desk if you need to borrow noise-canceling headphones or a magnifying glass when in the building. Baskets with wheels are available for your browsing convenience in the Lobby.
Curbside service is available for holds pick up any hours the Library is open for business.
Hearing Loop devices are available during programming in which microphones are used. Hearing Loop devices send the voices of performers directly into a hearing aid or cochlear implant equipped with T-Coil.
To request an ADA accommodation, including captioning or American Sign Language services, for Library programs, please contact the library five days before the scheduled event.
The Talking Book and Braille Service (TBBS) provides audio and braille library service via mail or digital download to any Illinois resident who is unable to read standard print material due to a permanent or temporary visual or physical disability.
A wide variety of audiobooks are available in the Adult Services and Youth & Teen Services departments. We carry compact disc and playaway audio versions of popular fiction and nonfiction books.
Hundreds of easy-on-the-eyes books are located in the Adult Services department. We carry popular fiction and nonfiction titles in large print.
Many DVDs with closed-captioning are available in the Lobby. In addition, most streaming video content available with your library card on Kanopy and Hoopla or on our circulating Roku Streaming Services Devices have closed-captioning/subtitles.