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Thread: books on tape

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    Senior Member Cheshirecatquilter's Avatar
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    Jul 2010
    Cheshire, Massachusetts
    Check with and eye doctor's office, ophthalmologist, to get a referral for recordings for the blind and dyslexic (and disabled). My mom was on a program where they supplied a very simple, and more importantly very durable, tape player and shipped all the tapes she'd ever want for free. There's the option of filling in a written form for requests or getting on the phone with someone who will help pick out choices good for the person. CDs and a CD player are great for someone who's still got all their faculties, but CD's get damaged very easily.

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    Nov 2012
    I want to thank you for taking the time to reply. You have given me lots of ideas. I appreciate all the help. Have a great day.

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