Vol. 20 No. 1
This is an archived story from the "Disability Issues" newsletter that was published in the summer of 2000. Unfortunately, this story is now very outdated. To my knowledge, as of the time this update was published, TIME Magazine no longer offers a large print edition of their magazine, and the phone number below is no longer operational. However, the Information Center for Individuals with Disabilities, which used to publish the "Disability Issues" newsletter, has no affiliation with TIME Magazine. I urge you to contact TIME Magazine to confirm this information, and to provide your feedback regarding the availability of a large print edition of TIME Magazine.
Unfortunately the Information Center for Individuals with Disabilities is no longer operational. The "Disability Issues" newsletter is currently being produced by Spaulding Rehabilitation Network. Click here for more information.
The article below is outdated and preserved for archival purposes only.
TIME, the weekly news magazine familiar to all Americans is now available in large print. TIME Large Edition is responding to a growing population of aging Americans and other adults who need to remain informed and connected with the changing world. The editorially rich, folio size, weekly issues ship during the same week as TIME's regular edition. TIME is the first newsmagazine to produce a weekly large print edition.
TIME Large Edition features 16-point type with a minimum of 80% of the editorial content of the regular edition. From the matte finished paper to the integrated graphics and photos - changes recommended by Lighthouse International - the new edition is formatted specifically for people with vision impairments and for people on the go.
The subscription price is $79.97 for 54 issues, and may be ordered by calling REMOVED. You may want to ask them to send you a sample issue to review before ordering.