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Why ADA Signs are Necessary in Nursing Homes

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ADA compliant signs are necessary in all public facilities, but they are especially important in areas where there tends to be a large congregation of people with disabilities. One such location is a nursing home, where there are many elderly people living with disabilities relating to sight, mobility, hearing and more. ADA compliance in nursing homes is both a logistical and legal necessity. One major challenge people who are having have is reading signs from a distance. The ADA outlines specific standards for various elements of ADA signs to make them specifically readable for even visually impaired people.

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Here are a few of the elements that are important in nursing homes:

Basically, the idea is to create and mount signs in a way that helps seniors maintain their independence as much as possible.

For more information about signs created specifically for nursing homes and assisted living facilities, contact the team at Erie Custom Signs today. We will be happy to speak with you more about all of the specifications we follow in creating signs for these facilities.

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