In today’s tip of the day, I will be sharing with you a quick and easy tip on how to make signing documents easier for someone who is blind or visually impaired. Having a vision impairment can make signing a document a challenge for several different reasons. The first challenge is finding where to sign. But once that is determined usually with help from someone sighted. The next challenge is signing one’s name straight and not too big or too small. One way to help with this challenge is to use a signature guide.
A signature guide is a credit card size piece of plastic that has a rectangular cutout in the bottom third of it. Placing the opening of the cutout on the line assists someone to know exactly where they should sign. For a video demonstration, you can click here or on the video at the top of this page. The signature guide is such a great and easy tool that can be stored in a person’s wallet for easy access.
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