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ADA Braille Sign and its Different Features

By James Blee Subscribe to RSS | June 1st 2012 | Views:
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The acronym ADA stands for Americans with Disabilities Act, which was passed in the year 1990. The name of the act clearly depicts its purpose, to save the people who are physically challenged. For any business to open a shop it’s mandatory for him to put up at least 3 ADA Braille signs within his premise or else you may need to pay a penalty fee of about $4000 for not maintaining this law.

The law-abiding ada braille sign are sold online or at a local store near you. A number of shops are able to process and deliver the signs in a few days time. Be that you visit the online or your local stores; you’ll clearly come across a number of different such signs varying widely in their patterns. But before you buy any one of them, you should be pretty sure that it has followed the guidelines set by ADA. The signs which are mostly in demand are the Grade-2 signs as the visually weakened people find it very easy to understand those signals than the others. It should also be mentioned here that ADA is associated with ISA (International Symbol of Accessibility), the symbol for which is the extensively known "the person in a wheelchair". This is meant for people who has problem with walking. One of the most important features of the ADA Braille sign is the perceptibility of the material used to manufacture the signs. The graphics should be easily understood by people suffering from any sort physical distress mainly with their eyes. The characters used to depict the sign must be slightly uplifted in order to make the blind people feel them and get the meaning of it without problems. This will also enhance the confidence of them as they need not be dependent on others.

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