Homebound Delivery Service

The Library offers volunteer deliveries of books and other materials to those who are homebound due to short-term or long-term physical or health restrictions. Contact the Circulation Desk or call (203) 438-2282 ext. 202 for more information.

Special Collections

Large Print Materials, E-books & Audiobooks

Our large print collection includes new titles from bestselling authors, as well as classics, nonfiction, and biography. Large print titles are located in the Bossidy Commons on the Main Level for your convenience.

A large selection of e-books is available through the OverDrive and Hoopla to download to your personal device. And the Library has audiobooks on CD and easy-to-use Playaway formats, located on the Upper Level. For more information about Special Collections, contact the Adult Services Desk or call (203) 438-2282 ext. 201.

Assistive Technologies

Assistive Listening System

Program rooms on the Lower Level are equipped with an induction loop assistive listening system. Contact the Adult Programs staff if you wish to take advantage of this technology when attending Library programs.

Library Computers

Library computers are easily adjusted to meet accessibility needs, please let our staff know if you need assistance.

Connecticut Volunteer Services

The Talking Books Recording Studio, located in the Ridgefield Library, is a corps of local volunteer readers, monitors, and sound editors whose recordings end up as Digital Talking Books that are loaned to blind and physically handicapped patrons by the Connecticut State Library at no charge.

Connecticut Talking Books (CVSBH, Inc.) is an all-volunteer, 501c3 nonprofit organization that produces Digital Talking Books for the State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. Talking Books and companion digital players are loaned to eligible patrons for free. For more information about receiving this service, email the Adult Services Desk or call (203) 438-2282 ext. 201.