The Arlington Heights Memorial Library has materials and services in place to accommodate library users of all ages. Please contact us if you require any additional accommodations. Assistive aid devices and sensory-friendly tools, like noise-dampening headphones and fidgets, are also available for use in the library or during programs. If you need any assistance during your visit to the library, please notify any staff member or visit any public service desk.
Accessibility Services for Youth
Our Time: Children in Therapy and You
If your child is receiving therapy services or you have related questions, we offer a variety of programs for you. Facilitated by Beth Deiter, C.I.T.Y of Support.
Our Time: Developmental Playgroup
Held on the second Tuesday of the month from 10-11 a.m., this is an inclusive playgroup for children who currently receive therapy services, ages 0–5. This unique playgroup offers opportunities for children to play while families meet and find support. Siblings welcome.
Caregivers, Coffee and Play
Held on the fourth Sunday of the month from 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m., therapists and family members are welcome to this hour of adult conversation and support, coffee, and play for little ones. Adults can come by themselves for "me time" or as a family for refreshments and play.