A：I did. A group from the office went out together. We missed you.
A：You have a worried look. Is anything wrong?
A：That was a good opportunity for you to make her feel welcome. Was there a problem?
A：That's exactly right. Why was that a problem?
A：You handled that exactly right. If she had not been able to shake hands, she would not have offered hers.
A：Yes. You never want to make assumptions about what someone in a wheelchair can or cannot do.
A：Come on in. Tell me what else happened with your wheel-chair bound co-worker.
A：What did you do?
C：后来看她要把饭盒放进微波炉里确实很吃力，所以我就说，“May I help you?”需要帮忙吗？
A：Your instincts were on target. You were right to ask her before you took action.
A：What happened next?
A：By asking her if you could help, you gave her the option to accept or reject your offer. Persons with disabilities are accustomed to doing things for themselves.
A：People with disabilities appreciate offers of help, but don't like others to make assumptions about what they can or can't do.
A：It is quite simple, when you introduced yourself, you let her instigate the handshake. When it appeared that she might have difficulty with something, you asked her if you could help.