One of the things that amazes me about Disney (and that list goes on and on), is how accommodating they are to people with disabilities. No matter what your disability is, there is always something for you to do in Disney. Some rides even allow you to ride in your wheelchair. Others you have to transfer out of your chair. But no one ever complains or seems annoyed when they have to wait several minutes while someone helps you on the ride. I have even been allowed to ride certain rides twice, to make up for the time and effort it took me to get on. (And if anyone asks, I will deny it!) The shows, parades, and exhibits are enough to keep one entertained.
The number of times I have been to Disney World is almost in the double digits, and I have yet to meet a disgruntled or rude employee who is unwilling to help. I am sure there are people who disagree with me, but in my experience, it’s never happened. About a decade ago, I went with a youth group for people with various disabilities. We were at Hollywood (MGM) Studios, and someone’s wheelchair broke. A call was made, and the wheelchair was fixed within hours.
During my latest trip in April, I had forgotten to call ahead of time to request a shower seat. Around 11 PM, after a long day at the park, I told the woman at the hotel front desk that I needed a shower seat. I figured either A, they wouldn’t have one, or B, it would take at least a day or two. I was told it would be at my room within 30 minutes. I was very pleasantly surprised. Even more surprising, was that it did not take me 30 minutes to make it to my hotel room, and the guy was already there with my seat!
So if you have a disability, whether mobility, vision, hearing, emotional etc, Disney World is definitely something you should try at least once.