Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Mar 19, 2015
    Crystal from TX Asked

    We are returning to Disneyworld in June, our 9 year old needs a wheelchair due to JRA. I'm wondering when we are in line to ride rides can we leave the wheelchair and get it back after the ride?

    Welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Crystal!

    My son uses push-stroller wheelchair, and we love that the Walt Disney World Resort has made every effort to make the parks as accessible as possible for Guests with limited mobility issues. In our experience, our son can remain in his wheelchair until we are ready to transfer him to the attraction vehicle. Once we have boarded, a Cast Member will move the wheelchair, so it is waiting for us when we exit. Keep in mind that some attractions offer accessible ride vehicles where your child can remain in the wheelchair during the experience. My son prefers the security of being in his own wheelchair while riding The Magic Carpets of Aladdin! Sometimes we do have wait a little longer because there are a limited number of access vehicles per attraction. 

    I hope you have a magical trip creating many family memories! Please let me know if I can be of further assistance as you continue to plan!

    Have a magical day!

    Missy
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Meet the Panelist: Missy, Texas

Hello, I’m Missy from Texas! I love all things Disney, especially the Walt Disney World Resort. Although we visit several times a year, there’s always something new to experience, making each vacation unique. As a mom to a son with special needs, I know the importance of cherishing every park visit and look forward to helping you plan magical moments for your family! Learn More About Missy

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