Heh, the perfect spot, nobody checks to make sure the people are handicapped anyway
low tables, space for a wheelchair, a ramp, a handicap washroom...
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The AOA can only do so much. Everyone else must be aware of the people with compromised ability and adapt to the situation. Here are some things we can do to help those with compromised ability. Only use Handicap spots if you need them.
When meeting someone in a wheelchair or that struggles with stairs or has other mobility issues, make sure to scope out the location first and account for accessibility and comfort.
People in wheelchairs can only park at the edge of a row of chairs or in spaces between. If you have a seat at the end of the row and a loved one is with them, you move to a different seat so they both can sit together.