PEOPLE IN WHEELCHAIRS OR ON CRUTCHES
Consider a person's wheelchair part of the person. It's not polite to touch or lean on the chair unless the person gives permission. Never pat a person in a wheelchair on the head.
When talking to someone in a wheelchair or on crutches for more than a few minutes, sit or place yourself at the other person's eye level. Let people who use wheelchairs or crutches keep them within reach.
Make sure the meeting site is accessible, i.e., that the person can reach the location, that parking, bathrooms and other facilities are accessible, and that there are elevators or ramps. If you think there may be a problem, let the person know in advance so other plans can be made.
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