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A Kansas Public Library Resource Service

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Outreach is vital to the success of any library program. The following are examples of senior centered programs developed and implemented in Kansas public libraries. NOTE: These links are to sites outside the OKIF website.

If you have or know of a library program that may be listed here, submit it for consideration to the OKIF website committee via tonih@kslib.info or shanroy@kslib.info.

Interested in what other libraries are doing to develop and promote services to older persons? Subscribe to SeniorServ a listserv that focuses on library programs serving older persons in the community.

brown arrow preceding menu link Bradford Memorial Library, El Dorado, KS
Offers comprehensive services for seniors, homebound, and persons with physical impairments.

brown arrow preceding menu link Emporia Public Library
Volunteers play a major role in the success of Emporia's homebound program.

brown arrow preceding menu link Johnson County Library
Describes available outreach services. JCL also has a homebound program.

brown arrow preceding menu link Lawrence Public Library
The Internet portal developed and maintained by the City of Lawrence and the Lawrence Public Library.

brown arrow preceding menu link Southeast Kansas Library System
SEKLS offers a variety of special needs collections including recreation therapy items.

brown arrow preceding menu link Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library - Red Carpet
A longstanding, award-winning department of the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library providing specialized services.