Accessibility at the Library

Accessible Building Features

Both the Beaty Branch (2009) and the Main Library (2011) have been built to the Facility Accessibility Design Standards established by the City of London. Examples of these guidelines are:

Aisle clearances and computer heights

Accessible Formats

Many of the resources available at the Milton Public Library are suited to accessibility needs.

Vision Enhancements

Hearing Enhancements

Cognitive Enhancements

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The Milton Public Library is proud to support MagnusCards, a free app created specifically for those living with autism. MagnusCards combines structured, step-by-step guidance with game design to help teach a variety of life skills through free downloadable Cards Decks. As part of our support, Milton Public Library has funded unique Card Decks that will help those with autism or other cognitive special needs feel welcomed and empowered when using the library.

This unique app helps family and friends to prepare for community outings, practice skills and routines, manage tasks with less anxiety, and explore community environments with greater independence. Milton Public Library developed five different Card Decks for its custom app, including:

Learn more about MagnusCards and get the app.

Website Features

The MPL website has features that make it accessible including:

Accessible Equipment

In addition to the "large type" option on our public computers, the Library also has equipment that can assist patrons who have low vision or have a hearing impairment, including….


Enhanced Reader

Enhanced reader machine

Hand Held Portable Reader

Hand held portable reader

Large type keyboards on some computers

Large type keyboard

TTY telephone

TTY telephone


Accessible Milton

Learn more about accessibility in the Town of Milton.