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For more information, call 718-990-5130 or go to queenslibrary.org/services/health-info/consumer-health-resource.
Ask-a-Librarian staff are available seven days a week (hours vary) to provide brief answers to factual questions or suggest resources to help customers find the information they seek. To Chat, go to queenslibrary.org/ask-a-librarian/chat. To send an email, go to queenslibrary.org/ask-a-librarian/email To get help via text, send a message to the library at 66746 and text the keyword ASKQL in the body of the message.
For more information, call 718-480-4300 or go to queenslibrary.org/services/adult-literacy/adult-learning-centers.
This program introduces adults age 60 and older to special exercises, relaxation techniques and principles of good nutrition.
Contact Savitri Seupersad at 718-990-5154, email [email protected] go to queenslibrary.org/services/health-info/connectcare.
The Consumer Health Resources Center at Central Library contains encyclopedias, sourcebooks, directories, journals and online databases that customers can use to learn more about a prescription drug, disease symptoms or a doctor’s credentials and find other information to help them take care of their health.
CCTVs are located at Central Library and ten other locations.
For more information, call 718-990-0853 or go to queenslibrary.org/services/disabilities.
For more information, go to queenslibrary.org/services/health-info/medical-librarian. CCTVs enlarge type and mage up to 100 times and display them on a TV screen.
Mail-A-Book also offers lectures, classes, book discussions, music and theater, debates and chats by teleconference, video and live stream.
Rotating Deposit Collections are also maintained at nursing homes and senior residences.
No other community does more for the safety of its members than Stitch.
Before communicating on Stitch, all our members must perform an identity verification check, which prevents scammers and con-artists from abusing our site or contacting our members.