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Our mission is to remove barriers to reading and providing access to audio books is critical to our work. Explore the broad range of books and other materials we make available as audio streams. Click here or on the icon above to start exploring!

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“I would like to commend the staff, board, volunteers and supporters who provide such high quality service to those who are reading impaired.”

“As a volunteer I leave a lasting legacy to future listeners of audio books, become a daily companion through RRR Radio programming, and bring immediate joy to theater patrons.”

“It’s fantastic that your agency can now serve those who are blind and vision impaired anywhere in the US.”


Latest News

Steve Cummings has officially retired, but don’t fear! The production of RRR Radio is now in the capable hands of Shawn Baker, our new Radio Producer. If you’ve been in the building lately, you may have noticed his picture on a few flyers. We want everyone to get to know Shawn, so stop in and…

Reading & Radio Resource loves to welcome new volunteers in any capacity. Right now, however, we have a specific need at RRR for volunteers to fill certain roles in order that we can continue to provide audio materials for those experiencing barriers to reading. In particular, RRR needs a backup board operator. If you would…

Facts and Figures

  • There are more than a million persons who are blind in the US.
  • More than 25 million Americans are reading impaired.
  • More than 20% of students in the US have a reading disability.
  • A large population of students in the US are learning English as a second language.
  • As baby boomers continue to age, adults with vision impairments are expected to double.
  • Many military service men and women are returning from war zones with reading challenges due to vision and physical impairments.