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Incorrect placement of “high-low” drinking fountains is a common error. In the below photos, the incorrectly installed fountain is not recessed, while the correctly installed fountain is recessed to protect the visually impaired from colliding with the high side, which often protrudes into a walkway. Photos: Michele S. Ohmes

Correct placement of "high-low" drinking fountains

Detectable warnings must be contiguous on a curb ramp. These are not.

In this bathroom stall, the flush handle is on the wrong side and the tissue dispenser is too far forward from the toilet. Remember that many users won't have leg strength and will have limited arm reach related to their disability.

In this public bathroom, the soap and towel dispensers are installed too high for children, wheelchair users, and little people to reach.

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