Adaptive Resources






Resources for People with Visual Disabilities

  • We can act as a liaison to the Library for the Blind and Print Disabled at the Arkansas State Library, which provides books and magazines in braille or audio format through free mail delivery or digital download. For more information, contact
  • You can check out braille books, large print books, and audiobooks on CD or digital download.
  • A computer for the visually impaired is available for public use, equipped with ZoomText Magnifier/Reader software, a large print keyboard, and earphones to aid in use.

Resources for People with Mobility Difficulties

  • Free mail delivery of books, large print books, audiobooks, and magazines to those who are homebound. Click here to apply for this service. 
  • Our building is fully accessible, with electronic entry doors and wheelchair-accessible restrooms and drinking fountain.
  • A wheelchair and a walker are available for use.
  • Drive-up book drops make book return easy and accessible.

Resources for People with Hearing Disabilities

  • We provide closed-captioned videos on our social media platforms.

Service Animals

Bentonville Public Library welcomes service animals to our facilities. Per the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. All service animals must always be under the handler’s control and they must have a harness, leash, or other tether unless handler’s disability prohibits their use or if the animal’s tasks would be directly hindered by such equipment. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls. For more information, visit

Fun with Therapy Dogs

Children are invited to enjoy the benefits of interacting with trained therapy dogs during our Ruff Ruff Read program. View upcoming dates on our calendar.


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