The library delivers regular books, large print books, audiobooks, DVDs, and other materials free of charge to qualifying King Township residents.
How do I qualify?
The Homebound Program is for library patrons who are temporarily or permanently confined to their homes and unable to come to the library on their own because of mobility problems, disability, or injury or illness lasting more than one month.
How do we do it?
You will receive a list of library titles and book reviews to help you select library materials, or if you have access to the internet you can search the library catalogue:
Click Here for Library Catalogue
Library staff selects material based upon individual readers’ reading interests or request made at the time of delivery or by telephone prior to delivery. Then a volunteer delivers their items every six weeks.
Where will the library deliver to?
Library volunteers will deliver materials to private homes, senior’s apartments, nursing homes, retirement homes and long-term care facilities in King Township.
The Homebound Access Card
Don’t want books delivered to your door? Nominate someone else to take out library materials on your behalf if you qualify as a homebound person.
How do I apply?
Download an application form for the Homebound Program or call one of the branches to inquire if you qualify for this service.