I hope your wish comes true! Disneyland is a magical place. When you step inside you are transformed into a kid again and everything there seems to sparkle and shimmer. The characters, music, and architecture bring you back to a time of care free days. Every step in the park is a wonder after wonder.
Disneyland is great for people with disabilities. My DGD has autism and trouble waiting in lines. You can get a "bypass" card that lessons your wait time. It makes a world of difference. There are also wheelchair accessible processes as well. She doesn't do well standing and has outgrown her stroller so she uses a wheelchair. Until you really watch you have no idea how well Disneyland does disabilities. It starts in the parking lot with your own van, rides that will take you on in the wheelchair. The staff is truly amazing.
We go at least once a month... my daughter and her family about once a week so if you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
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