Remain in your wheelchair in any one of these 45 Disneyland accessible attractions.
Got a rumbly in you tumbly? Have no fear, here is a list of Disneyland’s Critter Country gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian options!
Critter Country accessibility information for a magical Disneyland vacation. Tips for visiting with a wheelchair, special needs, and more.
Living with chronic pain is messy! Find out how it has messed up my plans and home in this week’s word of the week blog post.
Disneyland’s new parade Magic Happens is here! Get your accessible information and take a sneak peek of this magical parade!
Gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian dining options to help you plan your meals before your next visit to Star Wars Galaxy Edge at Disneyland
Visiting Disneyland with chronic back pain without increasing it can be done if you follow a few self-care rules and plan ahead.
Accessible information plus tips for riding Rise of the Resistance at Star Wars Galaxy Edge on your next visit to Disneyland
What everyone should know about Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s run before visiting Star Wars Galaxy Edge Disneyland. Accessibility information and more.
Find out why ringing in the New Year at Star Wars Galaxy Edge at the Disneyland Resort is the perfect location for the disabled.
Wheelchair accessibility has the ability to make or break a visit to a theme park. See how two popular southern California parks rate!
Disneyland offers guests who use a mobility aid, are unable to climb stairs, have a fear of heights, suffer from claustrophobia, or have sensory issues three alternative experience options to several of their attractions. Discover which attractions and how to access them!
Does the thought of taking a summer vacation get you excited or does it send chills down your spine? I loved traveling before I became chronically ill. In addition to yearly Disneyland vacations, I loved exploring new areas in other states or within the ones that I lived in. Weekend road trips without a destination were my favorites.
Soon after chronic pain became a part of my daily life I began to loathe traveling.
Everything you need to know about Disneyland’s accessibility service.
Quick update! Since I last updated the guide there have been a few new updates. Dumbo: This attraction’s queue is now fully accessible to mobility aids, both manual and motorized. All guests enter the same queue. Matterhorn: The queue to this attraction has been widened making it easier for mobilityContinue reading “Disneyland Park Accessibility Update January 2019”
If you are planning a trip with your service dog to Disneyland or Disney World, you need to be aware that not all attractions permit a service animal.
How to survive a Disneyland or Disney World character meet and greet Survive a character meet and greet? Aren’t those supposed to be fun? For most people, both adults and children, they are. It is a chance to meet their favorite characters,Continue reading “How to survive a Disneyland or Disney World character meet and greet”
There’s more to Disneyland besides rides I have had several readers ask if it is worth the expense to go to Disneyland if they don’t like or plan on going on rides. My answer is YES!! There is so much more to Disneyland besides the rides. It is entirely possible to spend many days inContinue reading “There’s more to Disneyland besides rides”
Renting a wheelchair from Disneyland versus an outside vendor For guests that don’t use a wheelchair on a regular basis, yet need one for extended outings, choosing where to rent a wheelchair from can be confusing. To help you decide I compiled this list of pros and cons for renting one from Disneyland or fromContinue reading “Renting a wheelchair from Disneyland versus an outside vendor”
It is no secret that I love Disneyland. Besides the magical memories made with family and friends, Disneyland provides me with physical and mental therapy. Because of this I never hesitate to suggest a Disneyland vacation to my friends that suffer from chronic pain. However, I am not as quick to suggest they go toContinue reading “Why I would suggest Disneyland over Disney World to someone who suffers from chronic pain.”