Walt Disney World Resort
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Disney World is truly exceptional for accessibility. While all guests get treated well, Disney and its employees treat handicapped children as if they were royalty. Kids (and adults) in wheelchairs move right to the front of the lines and most rides can accommodate wheelchairs and/or accessibility issues whether it is children or adults. We found one of the most amazing things is for siblings who typically have to deal with the common inconveniences, issues and accommodations with having a special needs brother / sister (something our kids never complain about, but they have to make sacrifices)...well, at Disney World, because of the extra special treatment a family with a special needs child receives, the other siblings benefit as well. There are very few benefits of being handicapped and there are many challenges, however, if you were trying to find something positive about it, our family always says you would definitely include parking…and Disney World! Disney has brochures located at their parks and hotels that describe handicap accessibility at their parks. You should always visit Guest Services first when you get to a park.