Are chronic conditions or disability keeping you from planning a Disneyland vacation?
Guests of Disneyland should enter the gates ready to have fun, not fretting over trying to figure out what they will be able to do or how to navigate Disneyland’s handicapped system.
Disneyland’s handicapped system was frustrating even before they made it more complicated. The changes made take time to get used to, time that most don’t have when on vacation. I don’t know about you, but I go on vacation to have fun, not to be stressed! Since the changes to the system went into effect a couple of years ago, I have had countless people stop me in the parks asking if they could do this or that. Most have no clue how the handicapped system or queues work, let alone which rides or attractions are wheelchair friendly. Not only do I get stopped while in the parks, I also receive questions from readers on a weekly basis. Then one day it hit me! Wouldn’t it be awesome if these people could have access to this information prior to arriving at Disneyland? And that is why I wrote this guide.
While Disneyland provides basic accessible information on their website, it fails to fully explain how the system works. This is why this guide is a must for anyone with a chronic condition or disability. I expand upon the basic information and leave no doubts as to how to enter, board, and exit each attraction. After reading this book, you will fully understand how the virtual queues work and what to expect when visiting with a disability.
I wish I would have had this information long ago, as it took months for me to figure it out the new system. Don’t waste your precious vacation time by trying to figure out what to do and where to go! Order your copy today!
Wishing you a day filled with magical memories!
The Disabled Diva and Disneyability are not affiliated with the Disney Company or Disneyland.
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