I'm pretty challenged when it comes to crossing the street, and where I am right now, there are lots of tricky streets to cross. Depending on who I'm with at the time, the smoothness of the experience varies. Feel free to add your own, and fill in the ones I've left blank (if you're IEI)..
ILE: No idea what's going on with this one. Body language gives me mixed signals on when to go; false starts are common. More often than not they will forget I'm there, dart lopsidedly across, then grin at me from the other side.
SEI: Takes my hand until I'm deposited safely at the other end. Does this more to relieve extra worry on their part than out of excess concern for my safety.
LII: Useless and annoying, I have to do all the work. If we attempt an independent crossing, awkwardness ensues on the other side - they will unnecessarily explain something, I'm not sure what.
ESE: Annoying. Will try to guide me, but doesn't see the huge truck approaching.
SLE: Firm clasp under upper shoulder. Am across the street before I know what happened.
IEI: No experience.
LSI: Similar to SLE but without the firm clasp. Verbal instead.
EIE: Either they have to take the lead or I do, or else we're never getting across.
ILI: No experience.
SEE: No experience.
LIE: Annoying. Will try to give me directions but not anything helpful; if there are false starts will say something critical. Even though it really doesn't need to be discussed at all.
ESI: No experience. (Damn, I barely know any gammas...)
SLI: Up in the air. I would trust them to take me across if they wanted to (SLI best friend from college always delivered), but most dgaf.
IEE: As clueless as me. We figure it out together, one step at a time.
LSE: No experience.
EII: No experience.