Audio Reader - Sharing the Gift of Sight through Sound
The Audio-Reader Network is an audio information service for individuals who are blind, visually impaired, or print disabled, throughout Kansas and western Missouri. We provide accessible audio versions of newspapers, magazines and books on the air, over the internet, by telephone and via smartspeakers, 24 hours a day. Services are free of charge to anyone who is unable to read standard printed material.
The Audio-Reader Network fosters independence by providing access to information and the arts for people who have difficulty reading standard print due to vision loss, physical or learning disability, mobility challenges, and age.
"Audio-Reader gives me a strong sense of independence. Without access to print material, I would be at a loss. Audio-Reader is a lifesaver."
Sharing the Gift of Sight Through Sound
Audio-Reader services are free of charge to anyone who is unable to read standard printed material. We rely on volunteer readers to create the content for our services, and we are 100% supported by donors and grants.