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  • On Feb 15, 2023
    Amanda from NC Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We have reserved the park on the 28th and 1st and I recently injured my knee. Just wondering is there a rental device to help with my trip around the park?

    Welcome to planDisney, Amanda!

    Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, in just a few days, it's off to Walt Disney World Resort you go! Can you believe you'll be soaring with Dumbo, waltzing with 999 Happy Haunts, and traveling to galaxies far, far away so soon? Let the final countdown commence!

    I’m so sorry to hear of your recent injury and wish you a speedy recovery. While that certainly will affect the way you tour the theme parks, it doesn’t mean you can’t have a truly magical trip. First and foremost, please consult your doctor for guidance on any restrictions you have as a result of your injury. This will help you know which attractions you can safely partake in without irritating your injury further or delaying your recovery. I also encourage you to peruse the Services for Guests With Mobility Disabilities webpage ahead of your trip to view the full scope of services available to Guests with mobility issues. During your visit to the theme parks, you can view attraction access based on mobility issues by selecting "Attractions" from the drop-down menu on the interactive map feature in your My Disney Experience mobile app, then filtering the results by "Mobility Disabilities."

    Now, all of that information is fine and dandy, but I’m sure your biggest concern at this point is how to actually get around the theme parks during your visit. You’ll be happy to know that Wheelchair Rentals are available at each of the theme parks, water parks, and Disney Springs by the day or for the length of your stay. Electric Conveyance Vehicles (ECVs) are also available for rental by the day. Rentals are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so be sure to get to the theme parks extra early. If you have more specific questions, I suggest you call the Disability Services phone line at (407) 560-2547 and speak with a helpful Cast Member.

    I hope this information puts your mind at ease, Amanda. Remember, there's a great, big, beautiful tomorrow waiting for you at Walt Disney World Resort! Enjoy your trip, and we’ll see ya real soon!

    Tomorrow is just a dream away,
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Meet the Panelist: Alyssa, Texas

Greetings, dreamers of all ages! I'm Alyssa, a lifelong lover of all things Disney and educator of future Imagineers. My dress collection rivals that of any Disney Princess, and I can almost always be found singing a Disney song with a bow in my hair. You can find me exploring all the magic Walt Disney World Resort has to offer on adults-only getaways with my Disney-loving husband or our multigenerational family. Tomorrow is just a dream away, and I would love to help you plan your own magical vacation! Learn More About Alyssa

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