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PCCLD is committed to making its information and communication technologies accessible to all.  We strive to provide an inclusive and barrier-free experience for individuals with disabilities, in compliance with the Colorado Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) Rules Establishing Technology Accessibility Standards (8 CCR 1501-11).  PCCLD includes accessibility throughout our internal policies and procedures, staff training, digital content creation, and ongoing screening to ensure accessibility guidelines are being followed and to correct any new accessibility issues that are identified. 

To view PCCLD's full ADA policy, click here 

PCCLD also provides access to Assistive Technology Equipment and interpretive services upon request. Please ask staff at the Customer Service Desk for assistance locating a device that best suits your needs.

Each of the following devices are compatible with telecoil equipped hearing aids (works also with-out hearing aids).

  • Williams Sound Pocketalker Pro — Portable hand-held amplifier for one-on-one or small group conversations that simultaneously mini-mizes background noise.
  • Williams Sound amplification system — Installed in the Ryals meeting room (4th Floor) to improve audibility of meetings, special events, and movie screenings. Mobile wireless units are also available for use in other meeting rooms and for scheduled library tours and children's story hours.

  • Visual/Mobility Assistance (2nd Floor)
  • JAWS screen reading software
  • Ai Squared ZoomText 11 screen magnification and screen reading software
  • Nuance Dragon 15 speech recognition software
  • Power adjustable table/ergonomic chair
  • Large print/ergonomic keyboard
  • Large print Keyboard
  • BIGtrack trackball mouse

Second floor.

The MagniSight Color CCTV is a 20" video magnifier that can display books, magazines, and other printed materials up to 50 times their original size on its own television-like screen.

Grievances Concerning Services for People with Disabilities
PCCLD makes its services, facilities, programs, and accommodations accessible to all citizens, including
those with disabilities. Individuals who wish to discuss their access to library service or register a
complaint concerning access are invited to complete a Customer Concern Form (ADA) at any library
customer service desk or by contacting the Manager of the Rawlings Library and Customer Experience at (719) 532-5648 or via email: We aim to respond to comments and
requests within 5 business days.