IRIS user, James Michaels, tuning his radio

Want to become an IRIS listener?

Founded in 1982, Indiana Reading and Information Services (IRIS) is an around-the-clock communications link for the print-challenged.

Persons who cannot read normal print due to blindness, low vision, physical impairments, learning disorders, or illiteracy are able to keep in touch with local news and information with IRIS.

In order to become a listener, please fill out the form and submit it from your computer.

If you prefer to print it out, please mail to:

PDF Version of the Form

WFYI Indianapolis
IRIS
1630 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202 

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Are you enrolled in the Talking Book program?
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