The Recording Library of West Texas
Visually Impaired Services, Senior Services, Learning Disability Services & More in Midland, TX
Dedicated to improving the lives of people who cannot access the printed word, the Recording Library of West Texas offers audio versions of different forms of media to the visually impaired. From audio version books and audio version magazines to audio versions newspapers and newsletters, we help our community stay connected and better their lives.
We are committed to remaining at the forefront of technological developments in order to deliver our services to all. Our RLWT radio station is available for listening on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Click to listen to live RLWT radio today!
We offer our works in a number of formats to reach the widest possible audience. Our work doesn’t just office visually impaired services. The Recording Library of West Texas has dyslexia services & other learning disabilities services. We also offer senior services in Midland, TX.
We are always looking for dedicated supporters of our mission. If you’d like to help us provide learning disabilities services, visually impaired services, and senior services to Midland, TX, here’s how you can get involved:
Become a Reader: Without our readers, we’d have a hard time delivering our audio version books, audio version newspapers, audio version magazines and more to our clients! We provide thorough training and help you throughout every step to become a skilled digital reader.
Volunteer: Maybe reading out loud isn’t your thing. There are plenty of other opportunities for you to help out. Call our office today to learn about other volunteer opportunities.
Donate: Every donation helps us achieve our mission of helping those who must read by listening. We thank you for your support! Whether you’d like to become a reader or donate to our cause, we are grateful for every bit of support we receive. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us today. We look forward to hearing from you!
Dyslexia Services & Learning Disabilities Services
Podcasting, Audio Version Books & Other Audio Recording Services in Midland, TX
The Recording Library of West Texas opened in 1963 with the goal of providing equal access to the printed word for students and adults living with dyslexia, learning disabilities or visual impairment. We serve communities in the Odessa and Midland, TX areas.
Custom Recording Services
Custom Senior Services, Visually Impaired Services & Audio Recording Services in Midland, TX & Beyond
The Recording Library of West Texas serves those who have visual, physical or learning disabilities.
We provide professional quality recordings of books, newsletters, Bible study lessons, textbooks and unique material like instruction manuals to individuals or organizations.
Resources & Links
Local Agencies & Support Groups
Able Center local independent living center
1931 E 37th St. Suite 1
Odessa, TX. 79762
SeniorLink Meals on wheels, RSVP, Foster grandparents, Senior Companions
S301 Sinclair Avenue
Midland, Texas 79707-6620
Completely accessible to visually and physically challenged visitors. Designed in part with the Texas Commission for the Blind.
Ellen Noel Art Museum
4909 E. University Blvd.
West Texas Lighthouse for the Blind
Factory that employs people who are blind or have severely impaired vision.
2001 Austin Street
San Angelo, Texas 76903
Southeastern Guide Dogs
Provides guide dogs and training to civilians and veterans.
4210 77th Street East
Palmetto, Florida 34221
Local Support groups
Vista of Midland and the local NFB contact is Stella Davilla (432)528-2350, (432) 563-3568
Vision of Hope Odessa and Monahans and the local ACB contact is Mike Bates (432) 425-8346 or email@example.com
National & State Organizations
NFB – Texas
314 East Highland Mall Blvd.
Austin, TX 78752
Toll free 866 636-3289
Fax 512 420-8160
NFB – Texas Newsline
Offering local newspapers from around the state, national papers, magazines and more.
College resources for students with disabilities.
Sight Into Sound
IAAIS, International Association of Audio Information Services
To find services near you, go to IAAIS.org