Cary Library affirms its commitment to making its services and website accessible to all users. We have the following available to patrons; please ask for assistance at any public desk.

Print Disabilities or Visual Impairment

  • Large print material for all ages.
  • Audio and eAudio books for all ages.
  • Merlin Full HD Video Magnifier.
  • Handheld magnifying glasses available at all service desks.
  • Page magnifying sheets available at all service desks.
  • Wheelchair accessible library catalog computer with large print keyboard on each floor.
  • A collection of non-prescription reading glasses available for use in the library’s Reading Room.
  • Trueflix and Bookflix eResources that contain read along features.
  • Priority Seating for programs.

Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Physical Disabilities

Accessibility Features of Our Building

  • Accessible parking in our parking lot as well as accessible street spaces on Clarke Street next to the building.
  • Ramp entrance at Massachusetts Avenue.
  • Ramps and an elevator in the building.

Neurodiversity, Learning Disorders, Cognitive, and Developmental Disabilities

  • Large print materials for all ages.
  • Audio- and eAudio books.
  • Literacy collection includes books with high interest topics but lower reading levels.
  • Bookflix: Online literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction ebooks to build a love of reading and learning.  Also includes a read along feature.
  • Trueflix: Online resource that pairs nonfiction ebooks with short videos on the topic.  Also includes a read along feature.