If you're blind or partially sighted, there are lots of different ways to continue reading.
You can keep reading books, newspapers and magazines, websites and bills and other paperwork in a way that suits you, and there are lots of options for children's reading.
Popular ways to read are listening to audio, reading large or giant print, braille or opening up the world of eBooks.
You can buy and borrow books, newspapers and magazines from many organisations and shops, and of course from our online shop.
Improving lighting can also help make the most of any sight you may have.
Whether you're reading for pleasure or studying, there's something for you in our range of audiobooks, DAISY players and accessible learning resources.
Make the most of your sight and increase the light in your home with daylight bulbs and magnifier lights. Discover what a huge difference extra or improved lighting can make to your everyday life.
We make it possible for you to get access to books, newspapers and magazines in the format you prefer, whether that’s braille, audio, large print or digital. You can borrow from our library service – the largest of its kind in the UK – or buy from our online shop.RNIB reading choices