Accessible buildings for people with severe visual impairments
James Aiello, Edward Steinfeld, United States. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development. Office of Policy Development and Research, Syracuse University
Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1979 - Social Science - 118 pages
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0ffice American Foundation ANSI All7.l Archea auditory blind traveler braille Cane Feet cane technique color Concept confused consumer testers continually probing curb ramps design workshop difficulties direction of travel Discussion dog guide door elevator control panel environment falling hazards felt Figure floor surface hallway handrail hazardous area inch signal installed intersections irregularly shaped l8 inch landmarks large number legally blind line of travel Link Hall list each separately located long cane machine material mobility aid mobility problems Newhouse number of obstacles orientation and mobility pace partially sighted path of travel percent person Phase 2-Procedure placement previous mapping experience Procedure public buildings recommendations Section self-esteem sensed separately and ask severe visual impairments sliding doors Slocum Slocum-Link passageway staircase stairs stairway standard Stopping Distance straight ahead strip Syracuse University tactile floor cue tactile warning signals tactual testing texture tion visually impaired traveler walk the route waste container