Rockland County Office for the Aging --
There are more than 65,000 people in Rockland County over the age of 60. We assist older residents & their families to get information about programs available to them. We provide a variety of programs either through our efforts or through partners. The programs are designed to maintain maximum independence in the home & provide employment & volunteer activities. Advocacy by & for the elderly is our prime activity.
NIH National Institute on Aging --
Health Information -- Research -- News and Events
A large print book collection is available in the Hub area of the Library. It includes Fiction, Non-Fiction and Biographies.
The library offers audiobooks in CD format. We also have downloadable audiobooks for your computer or a portable device. Visit our Overdrive or hoopla Digital pages for more information.
The Library offers a Homebound Delivery Service for members of our community who cannot visit the library due to illness, disability, or age. This free service helps allows residents in the Pearl River School District to receive library materials through the U.S. Postal Service. For information call James Cassetta, x139 (845-735-4084).
A flat-bed magnifiing reader is available behind the Reference Desk. We also have a few handheld magnifiers available for use.
The library has three scanners for the public to use. Save your scans to your own thumb drive, to your Google Drive account, or send them to an email address.
The library has a public fax machine/photocopier near our Information Desk. The cost is 50 cents for the first page and 25 cents for each page after that. Our librarians will be happy to assist you.