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My mom and I are looking at doing the ABD to Southern California that goes to Disneyland. I use a GAC when I'm in WDW due to back issues. Does Disneyland offer the same type of service? How would I go about getting one?
Hi there! When you say back issues, what would your specific needs be?
I have a number of disks in my lower spine that are smaller than they should be, which can cause the vertebrae to catch on each other, which is quite painful. I'm okay if I'm walking and moving, but I run into issues when it comes to standing in long lines or if I have to ride in certain areas of certain attractions, like the back seat in Space Mountain - it's just too rough for my back to handle and it makes it quite painful to ride. I'm okay if I'm in the front car/seat. Those are the two main things other than if I'm in a loud environment for too long, it can cause a massive migraine. Had that happen on Space Mountain once. I got hit with both a super long 75 minute wait (even though the wait time clock read 30 minutes and there was a tour group in the line behind us that would scream and shout every time a train was sent through. I had to ask the CM if I could go to the quite line when we hit the area where they direct you to the two separate lines. He wasn't going to do it but his supervisor stepped in and let me go through. It was either that or I was exiting. Basically I use an alternate entrance when the lines are too long