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Services Are Available for Vision-Impaired Patients
The Wolfner Talking Book and Braille Library, headquartered in the offices of the Missouri Secretary of State, lends books and magazines in audio format, braille, and large print to qualified Missourians of all ages who are unable to read standard print material due to visual or physical impairments or medically-based reading disabilities, such as dyslexia. The content of its collection is similar to what is found in a public library. Materials are delivered free of charge, and special audio players are loaned to individuals who borrow talking books.
The Wolfner Library provides many services beyond reading materials. This includes other materials such as descriptive DVDs, print/braille games, an audio news service, and an audiobook and web braille download service (BARD). It also offers a wide array of programming for all ages, including an adult winter reading program, adult book clubs by phone, a youth summer reading program, and an early literacy program. More information and application forms can be found online, or the Library can be reached by phone at (800) 392-2614, or by email.
Complaints & Health Care Concerns
How to file a consumer complaint against an insurance company:
Visit Missouri Department of Insurance
How to file a complaint against a physician:
Visit the Missouri Board of Registration for the Healing Arts
How to File Durable Power of Health Care & Health Care Directive
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