Individuals in wheelchairs: how do you dance with someone who doesn't use a wheelchair?

Question:I am very much involved within the special education community. One of my friends had a question for me, and I thought I'd present it here for a broader answer. His daughter wanted to ask someone using a wheelchair to dance, but wasn't sure how that works...I've heard of holding hands and just kinda swaying. I've also seen young men who use a wheelchair have the lady sit in his lap...anybody have any other expierences with this? Ideas? Female and male perspectives both appriciated here...

Answers:
probaly holding hands and the mobile person moving their feet while the in-mobile person moving the chair! Or like both moving their hands .
The person w/o the chair can dance on their knees or use a chair (office/rolling chair) depending on where they are. Another option is that swaying that was mentioned in the previous post, to kick it up a notch the standing person can also spin the chair or dip the person in the chair (hold 1 hand & 1 handle bar doing a wheelie). When you or your date has a chair creativity is key. I'm a female who uses a chair.

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