Frequently Asked Questions

We often receive information requests on a popular topic, or one that may be pertinent to other patrons. The Frequently Asked Questions below may have just the answer you're looking for! If your question is not answered here, please send us a request and we'll answer within one business day. You might also try our toll-free information line or chat program to speak directly with an information specialist.

Our library is often confused with the National Academic Recognition Information Centre (NARIC-ENIC) in the UK. UK NARIC is the UK’s National Agency responsible for providing information and opinion on academic, vocational and professional qualifications...
Whether you are a person with a disability who has purchased a new home or a homeowner who has acquired or aged into a disability, there are a variety of resources that can assist you in modifying your home to fit your needs. Finding Remodeling...
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the inclusion “of people with disabilities into everyday activities involves practices and policies designed to identify and remove barriers, such as physical, communication, and...
According to the Mayo Clinic, seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a “type of depression that is related to changes in the seasons” and “begins and ends at about the same time every year.” Most people with SAD begin to have symptoms in the fall and which...
We often refer our patrons to centers for independent living when they are looking for services and supports in their community, which is often met with, “But I’m not looking for a nursing home—I don’t need that kind of help—that’s for old people!” So,...

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