NFB-NEWSLINE® IN OREGON
Now using NFB-NEWSLINE®, blind and physically impaired people have unprecedented free access to hundreds of newspapers and magazines, just by picking up a phone, by visiting a secure website or using an IPhone, IPad or IPod Touch application. Using this innovative service people who would otherwise not be able to read a newspaper can access, at any time or at any place, the same essential entertaining news, that their neighbors, classmates, and colleagues enjoy. Subscribers to NFB-NEWSLINE® have unlimited access to over 300 publications and still growing. Oregon newspapers are: Eugene Register Guard, Salem Statesman Journal and The Oregonian in Portland.
To be eligible you must be legally blind or have a physical or learning disability that prohibits you from reading the paper independently. Your eligibility is not dependent on or restricted to affiliation with any particular consumer or support organization; the only thing that matters is that you cannot read the newspaperIf you are signed up for the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped you already quality for NFB-NEWSLINE®
Learn more about NFB-NEWSLINE®
In Oregon sign up for NFB-NEWSLINE® at Talking Book and Braille Services
NFB-NEWSLINE® Helpful Hints
of Oregon. Since 1971, an affiliate of the National Federation of the Blind.
State President Carla McQuillan.
Affiliate office telephone, voice or text, 541-653-9153.
Office hours: Monday through Friday, 6:30 AM to 6:30 PM, pacific time.
Send Carla an email
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