Our lending library of books, media programs, and assistive communication devices is one of the largest, if not THE largest in a public library in the country, with over 12,750 items in the collection. It includes materials to educate the hearing public about hearing loss and deafness as well as accessible informational and entertaining materials for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Materials about deaf-blindness are also available. So, if you are experiencing a hearing a loss or want to learn more about any aspect relating to hearing loss "check out" our collection!
To help you select the appropriate book or media program you may...
- search the collection online (through the Nashville Public Library) or
- contact us for suggestions
All materials available for loan (books, media programs, and equipment) may be borrowed for 3-weeks.
Regardless of where you live in Tennessee you may borrow materials from the Library Services for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing collection. However, your hometown will determine the type of library card you will need. Click on LSDHH Application in the Help Center for more information about applications.