• On Mar 15, 2016
    Jennifer from PA Asked

    Hi! We are looking into planning a trip this fall for my family of 4. My fiancé is in a wheelchair, can you offer any advice on what all he will be able to experience during the trip being that he has a disability? Thank you!

    Hello Jennifer! Thanks for your question.
    I have great news. There is nothing to worry about your fiancé situation. The Walt Disney World Resort does a fantastic job for accommodating Guests with mobility disabilities and using wheelchairs. Your fiancé will be able to enjoy all the amazing things WDW can offer. All areas are adapted, from Disney Resort Hotels to Disney Theme Parks, including restaurants, attractions, shows and shops. I am sure your family will have a wonderful time!
    Most attractions can accommodate people in wheelchairs and their companions in the regular queue. In other attractions, there will be a separate queue for wheelchair access, but you will always be able to have your party riding together.
    I encourage you to take some time to visit Disney official website for finding useful information about Services for Guests with disabilities. I believe it could help you a lot on your planning for visiting the happiest place on Earth!
    Let us know if you have further questions.
    Have a magical day!
    Gina V.
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Meet the Panelist: Gina, Brazil

I am totally a Disney maniac! Since childhood, I have been a big fan of all things Disney, especially the theme parks. I have never visited any other place that gives me the same feeling that I get at the Walt Disney World Resort. You can become a child again there! With so much to explore, I would love to help you plan your next Walt Disney World vacation and discover all the fantasy and magic this special place has to offer. Learn More About Gina

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