SPECIAL NEEDS RESOURCE LIBRARY
Vegas PBS Special Needs Resource Library Update
The Vegas PBS Special Needs Resource Library is open for in-person appointments at the rear entrance of the building, beginning March 15, 2021.
Call 702.799.1010 Option 7 to schedule an appointment or email email@example.com.
Sign in, face mask, and temperature check are required for entry. For the safety of all patrons, hand sanitizer will be available for use prior to browsing the media collections as well.
In addition to in-person appointments, the library will continue to offer curbside no contact pick-up with the ability to place orders online (7-items max.). Download instructions. We will contact you to schedule pick-up. Pick-up is located at rear entrance outside of library.
USPS delivery is available as grant funds allow.
School mail delivery is available to CCSD teachers.
We value your patronage and look forward to serving you.
Questions? Call 702.799.1010 Option 7 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vegas PBS Special Needs Resource Library is a grant-funded, free-loan educational media library for all Nevadans with special needs and their parents, caregivers, teachers and providers. The library assists a broad range of needs.
Over 14,000 educational resources including assessment tools, audio and braille books, curriculum kits, closed captioned & descriptive DVDs, developmental games, toys and puzzles addressing:
Special Needs Resource Library
Introduction to the Special Needs Resource Library
The Vegas PBS Special Needs Resource Library is a program available to all Nevadans.
CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING (CPB)
Vegas PBS Expands Learning Services to the Under-served
"Those who have learned about us value and utilize our resources. Patrons are telling other organizations and families about our services and bringing them in to visit our library. We have new clients visiting our library every week."
- American Sign Language instruction
- Anger management
- Blind/Vision Impaired
- Deaf/Hearing impaired
- Developmental delays
- Down Syndrome
- Language development
- School readiness
- Social skills
- Teaching strategies and more
"Your program has been a great supplement to my teaching. Thank you again for your hard work supporting the classroom."
Teacher of the Deaf / Hard of Hearing
Liberty High School