1. When walking with a person who walks slower than you, walk with the person, not in front of them.
2. Provide the person with clear directions to a meeting site using the shortest and easiest route.
3. If a person falls or is off balance, simply offer assistance. A natural tendency is to overreact, but you need not be overprotective of a person with mobility impairment.
4. Be aware of obstacles, including floor or ground surfaces, which might be present in a room or location that would inhibit the movements of people. In greetings, be prepared to ‘shake’ what is offered to you. This could be a disabled right hand, a prosthetic, a stump, or even their left hand.