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  • Do I really need to have ADA compliant signage?

    Do I really need to have ADA compliant signage?

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  • Restroom Ada Sign Placement Infographic

    ADA Restroom Signs Height Requirements

    Requirements Must be mounted on the latch side of the door Must be between 48 and 60 inches measured from the finished floor to the bottom line of text Exceptions Situations like double doors, or doors where no wall space is available. The restroom ada sign may be mounted on the nearest adjacent wall to […]

  • President George H. W. Bush signs the ADA into law 1990

    When was the ADA Signed into Law?

    1990 – American with Disabilities Act (ADA) The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law on July 26, 1990, by President George H.W. Bush. It prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities while also giving them same opportunities as everyone else. Enjoy Employment opportunities To participate in State and Local governments services and programs […]

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  • Difference between visual information and tactile characters

    What is a Tactile Character?

    Answer: Tactile characters are designed to be read by touch, and should not have abrasive or sharp edges. They are used to help the impaired and disabled with laws such as ADA (American with Disabilities Act) What is different between visual characters and tactile characters? Answer: Visual readers need different strokes with characters, such as […]

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