Middlesex County Office of Arts and History recognizes that some of our residents may need assistance in order
to fully enjoy our projects and program sites. We are committed to making your
visit as pleasurable and informative as possible. Please let us know what we
can do to accommodate your needs.
All program sites are accessible. Both the Cornelius
Low House/Middlesex County Museum (first floor) and
all buildings at the East Jersey Old Town Village are barrier free. The second floor of the Museum has been
videotaped and this is shown with open captions on the first floor, to
accommodate visitors to that site, who may have mobility restrictions.
Sign Language Interpreters
Notify us two (2) weeks in advance of a
program, and we'll arrange for a sign language interpreter for you, without
The Office owns a Braille printer
and appropriate software. All materials developed by the Ofifice are
available to you in a Braille edition. Often this will be offered at the
program site, or you may place a request, by voice or other means. 732.745.4489
The Office routinely publishes its
materials, brochures, educational guides and program literature, in large type
format. Contact us to be placed on the large-type mailing list for the
County Cultural Calendar.
Residents who utilize telecommunications devices for the
deaf may contact us directly on our TTY line 732.745.3888. We also encourage
calls via the New Jersey Relay Service 1.800.852.7899.
Both the Cornelius Low House and the East
Jersey Old Town Village offer assistive listening services. Small, battery powered units may be borrowed for use during your museum
visit, without charge - for those with hearing aids, cochlear implants or
difficulty hearing in general. Additionally, portable systems are in use
at meetings and gatherings in community locations.