2020 has been a year. I won’t list the ways, because we’re still going through it and it has been uniquely challenging for all of us. However, one thing I’m … Continued
Podcasts! Ideal companions for driving, dishwashing, housecleaning, even gardening — or maybe insomnia companions. Here I have compiled a list of podcasts that cover a range of identities engaging with the world, focusing on Black, LGBTQ+ and disabled perspectives.
As many of you know, CLP-LBPH has been closed over the last few weeks while we adhere to Governor Wolf’s order for nonessential workers to Stay at Home. This order … Continued
UPDATE: At this time, the Elections Division is suspending all library voting system demonstrations scheduled from now until further notice. Please refer to our post on mail-in ballots for information … Continued
The Recording Studio at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Library of Accessible Media for Pennsylvanians
Something that many people may not know is that here at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Library of Accessible Media for Pennsylvanians we have a fully equipped and functioning … Continued
At LBPH we have traditionally served people who are unable to access the printed word in typical ways. Through the Library of Congress’ National Library Service, librarians and many other … Continued
Children with visual impairments are a diverse group of readers. Some need books with braille and textures to touch and feel; others need large print and increased contrast. For young … Continued
You may know that the Library of Accessible Media for Pennsylvanians offers a handful of audio magazines by mail, but did you know that our patrons are eligible for a … Continued
For people on the Autism spectrum or with other disabilities there are several exciting events coming up in the Pittsburgh area! On Sunday May 19th at the First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh, … Continued
As this month of Autism Awareness draws to a close, I want to celebrate some of the ways Carnegie Library supports children with autism and sensory needs throughout the year. Read on to learn more.