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The ADA, or Americans with Disabilities Act, protects the over 20 million Americans who work with a disability. Here’s what you need to know. How the ADA Supports Individuals Living with a Disability Individuals with a disability who are employed can be eligible for several kinds of support under the ADA. Some of the most […]

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The Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA was created to protect disabled individuals from discrimination on the basis of their disabilities by requiring businesses to implement measures that provide complete accessibility. Read on to discover some important facts about the ADA. What Is the Americans with Disabilities Act? Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of […]

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When installed and used properly, detectable warning tiles can improve safety and accessibility. However, there are common mistakes which can actually make these surfaces dangerous for users. Installing Too Many Although it may seem that a higher number of ADA tiles would make surfaces safer, the opposite can actually be true. Tiles that are too […]

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The World Health Organization estimates that over two billion people worldwide live with a visual disability.1 Therefore, running a business means making it accessible to all customers, including those with color blindness and who are legally blind or otherwise visually impaired. When you empower these customers to access your business safely, easily, and independently, you […]

Tactile Paving On Railroad Station Platform By Train

Tactile paving refers to the panels, surface indicators, or detectable warning plates used near street crossings and on transportation platforms. A common form uses rows of truncated domes, arranged in a grid pattern, which can be felt under foot or by a wheelchair or cane. Other plates consist of rows of long narrow bars to […]