When I origanally called about his disabilities, the supervisor knew he wasn't in a wheelchair - I even just asked for a room that was located closer to the elevator. (But sometimes he even has trouble standing early in the morning so the built in shower seat is important. You shouldn't have to be in a wheelchair to have a handicap room. At one point before surgery he was in a wheelchair and couldn't walk at all,and you can't take the scooter in the shower with you, sooo.... the reason for the accessable room. ) She then said we could get an accessable room. It sounds like now we are being judged why we need one.
Thanks for the idea about a scooter, that's an option we will think about.