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Currency Reader provided free to those who are visually impaired
A dollar bill is shown. It could be read by the free currency reader.The Bureau of Engraving and Printing, along with the Library of Congress, provide a small, hand-held Currency Reader to people who are visually impaired. The program isn’t new, but with February being Low Vision Awareness Month in the US, they are reminding people of the availability of these free devices to those who need them. Read more about the program in their Press Release or visit the website directly at US Currency Reader 

If you are experiencing vision loss, we have programs to help you adapt. Visit our First Steps After Vision Loss page to learn more

February is Low Vision Awareness Month: Apply for a Currency Reader at No Cost to You, if You Have Vision Loss

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