I am working on getting back to my new normal. For me this involves drinking coffee in coffee shops, eating cake and unravelling the emergency pull cords in public toilets. You may have never noticed this before, however, that in itself is part of the issue. The cords are often tied up so that they are out of the way. If someone falls on the floor and needs assistance they need to be able to grab the cord, They can't do that if it is tied up.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to look for the cords the next time you go to the loo in a coffee shop and if it is tied up, unravel up. It is one of those safety features that no one really wants to use, but it could mean the difference between someone getting help straight away and waiting for ages until the next person wants to use the loo. This would be distressing and humiliating for the person involved.
You of course just go into the coffee shop to check the loo and then decide that you need to get coffee and cake because, well, it would be rude not to. You have done a good deed and had cake. What is not to love about that ?