Among the changes introduced by amusement park operators, are the provision of special wheelchairs for the elderly and physically challenged, or the implementation of ramps and accesses to facilitate their transit. Others adapt shows, or increase their variety, to cater for older visitors. On the other hand, according to some of these operators, it is becoming more frequent to welcome grandparents who bring their grandchildren to the park, but who do not go on the rides. These operators have therefore opted to sell tickets at a reduced price to those who do not use them or the games. In other cases, parks are replacing older rides and experiences with ones tailored to the tastes of older people. In any case, these changes in business strategy are also occurring in other countries and other leisure and tourism facilities, and are likely to deepen over the years.