Shout at them.
Touch them gently on the shoulder.
Approach them in a dark, noisy area.
Use a Sign Language Interpreter.
Go ahead and help them - if they don't like it they will say something.
Ignore them until you have time for them.
Always assist persons with disabilities away from other people.
Ask "may I help you?"
Assume they need help to get around.
Once they are comfortable, move their assistive device out of the way - it is a hazard to others.
If helping them, it is okay to leave them facing the wall.
Ask before you help.
Older people are all hard-of-hearing.
Avoid touching a service animal without permission.
Support people are paid employees that work with people with disabilities.
People who are blind cannot see anything.
Their disability might affect how they interact with you and it might not.
They all use assistive devices (a hearing aid, wheelchair, etc.).
Their disability affects them with the same severity at all times.
All people with the same disability are affected in the same way.
Exaggerate speech and gestures.
Assume they understand what you are saying.
Use plain language.
Speak to their support person - they can explain it to the individual later.
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