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Accessing theme parks for those with disabilities
|Tony Phoenix and Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix, editors|
Welcome to the Theme-Park Access Guide
I try to cover all areas of disabled access at the parks, what changes are in the works, how to make your day more productive, as well as problem areas you may encounter. While TAG is most useful for mobility-impaired guests, as that is the area of my experiences, I try to include other information as appropriate.
The scope of TAG is enormous. I try to ensure information contained here is accurate and compete, but changes happen quickly in the theme park world, so I make no guarantees. Let me know if information is inaccurate or outdated, or if you have suggestions or comments based on your experience. Contact me here. Tony
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Adrienne and Tony developed the concept for the Theme-Park Access Guide after several long discussions with friends about disabled access issues at Disneyland. We all felt that communication needed to be improved for guests with disabilities.
Tony was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis several years ago. We have seen the parks in almost every imaginable way: walking with no aids, a cane, crutches, and a wheelchair. We have seen the good, the bad, and the ugly, and everything in between. It is our hope that this guide helps you make the most out of your visit to California or Florida.
Disney parks usually do many things right in providing access to guests with disabilities; however, they still have a long way to go in making the parks truly accessible for everyone. We have detailed some of the more egregious problems in the Horror Stories/Hall of Shame section of this site.
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