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ADA Braille Signs  (21 Products)
ADA Braille signs help accommodate those who are blind or visually impaired navigate through a business on their own. Customers and patients use ADA restroom signs and a variety of other types of ADA compliant signs to find their way efficiently, safely, and independently and feel welcome in a business. Read More
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Classic white on black design works with any décor Raised pictogram with Braille message Heavy-duty plastic construction Includes double-sided tape for door and wall display ADA compliant; placement requirements included

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ADA Braille signs guide visually impaired customers and patients

ADA restroom signage makes it easy for people who are blind or visually impaired to know where the bathroom is located. It's essential to provide Braille signs as part of your indoor and outdoor retail signage so those who are either temporarily or permanently visually impaired or completely blind can determine where to go, stay safe, and feel welcome while they are there. In addition to Braille bathroom signs, ADA compliant signage is also available to let customers and patients know there are stairs ahead or describing other rooms in a medical setting, such as an exam room, procedure room, or laboratory.

Braille signs come in a variety of options

ADA restroom signs not only indicate that it's the location of the bathroom, but they also describe the essential details of the room. There are a wide variety of signs to choose from based on what type of restroom it is, including:

  • Only men
  • Only women
  • Unisex bathroom
  • Gender-neutral bathroom
  • Handicapped-accessible bathroom

Other than the Braille bathroom signs, other ADA compliant retail signage are available for other types of rooms that are essential, especially for a medical setting, including:

  • Stairways
  • Exam rooms with the certain number exam room
  • Laboratories
  • Procedure rooms

These signs are available is a number of different shapes, with rectangular and square the most common choices.

ADA Braille signs display a business's accessibility

ADA handicap bathroom signs, as well as many other type of signs, are generally made from heavy-duty plastic that cab be mounted to a wall near the door of whatever room is being described. Signs often come with double-sided tape for wall easy wall display and are flexible. Often, a raised pictogram accompanies the Braille message to indicate the room. These signs are specifically designed for the visually impaired and are approved by the United States Department of Justice to be compliant with the ADA. ADA Braille restroom signs provide an inclusive, welcoming environment that helps to reduce accidents.