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  • On Apr 7, 2024
    Julie from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My daughter has Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. She has a mobility scooter paid for by Medicare. She’s 11. What park tag does she need to be able to ride her scooter at Disneyland without a worker stopping her?

    Hiya Julie,

    Welcome to planDisney! Thank you for submitting your question to us!

    Your daughter can bring her mobility scooter into the parks! According to Guest Services, “Guests are invited to bring and use their ECVs and wheelchairs throughout the Disneyland Resort.” There are several attraction access categories, so please review which attractions have specific access requirements before your visit to be best prepared! Then all that’s left is to count down the days until you visit the Disneyland Resort!

    If there are still concerns about your daughter’s mobility scooter, the Disneyland Resort does offer rentals of both Electric Conveyance Vehicles (ECVs) and manual wheelchairs for guests. These are both rented per day and require a refundable deposit at the time of rental. You can find these right outside the Disneyland Park Main Entrance, on the right-hand side when facing the park. The rentals are first come, first serve, so I recommend you arrive before the theme park opening hours to secure yours. 

    Tip from Tiffany: The Disneyland Resort offers accommodations for guests with a variety of disabilities called Disability Access Services (DAS). This service is available for guests who cannot stand in a standard queue for extended lengths of time. Guests can request this service before their visit by speaking with a Cast Member via Live Chat to get registered. The Cast Members will answer questions about services available for guests with disabilities and if they qualify for the services available. You can also speak with a Cast Member on the Disability Services line for more information on DAS before your visit. If you wish to wait until you are in the parks, you can visit City Hall, Chamber of Commerce, or Guest Information in the parks to register for DAS. 

    If you have other questions about the Disneyland Resort, remember - you’ve got a friend in me!

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Meet the Panelist: Tiffany, Texas

Hi there! My name is Tiffany and I am a social worker and happy haunt from Texas! From the moment I took my first steps down Main Street, U.S.A., I knew I was home. I'd love to help you plan your next visit to The Happiest Place on Earth!  Learn More About Tiffany

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