These signs feature the new Dynamic Accessibility Symbol that shows an active, engaged person with a wheelchair, instead of the traditional handicapped wheelchair symbol. The Dynamic Accessibility symbol has been embraced by Connecticut and New York as well as some cities, schools, businesses and other organizations. This symbol does not match ADA handicap sign standards, but the group promoting it says it is permissible under Section 103 because the symbol clearly displays a wheelchair and signifies accessibility. We recommend you review local and state regulations before changing your existing signs.
Use our Dynamic Accessibility signs to mark accessible restrooms, entrances and other facilities
Choose from acrylic with Braille, printed signs or self-adhesive labels
All these signs are made in the USA and ship fast to you
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