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Locator Dots

Locator dots are adhesive-backed raised dots that can be felt by the fingertip. Locator dots come in many colors and sizes and can be placed on any item to mark a specific area that is frequently used. These dots can help a person with a disability locate something instantly. Some accommodation uses for locator dots include marking a function key that is regularly used on the keyboard, labeling a thermostat to identify a pre-set temperature, or tagging a key that must be distinguished from others. Locator dots can be purchased from local office or retail stores.



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