Hello Everyone We are getting close and I am getting nervous if I can pull this off and will pixie dust fall on us. I plan on taking my mom ( 76 yo, stroke 2x, cancer, lupus survivor) to WDW in August. I know that it will be very hot, but it's a long story of why we need to go in August) I have been reading my touring plan guide, Walt Disney World with Disabilities book, and my Passporter, so that I will be fully prepared for what she can and can not go on, what rides she will need to get out of her wheelchair for, and how to enter rides with a wheelchair. It appears that there is a great deal of confusion and angst when using a GAC. I understand that no one can tell me what "accommodation" can be given, but I would not be able to handle my mom needing something and it being denied. I am planning a stress free vacation for everyone. I know that I will be the stressed one ensuring that my mom is OK. Here is the plan and please let me know if this is good: 8/8 Arrive at CBR early, get our tickets, go to Ohana for breakfast, take the monorail to MK, Stay until 1-2 PM. Take my mom back to CBR to rest while my family stays and plays. Maybe around 5-6pm head to Epcot for dinner at Japan. Go back to CBR and if she can handle it, see the fireworks from the lagoon. 8/9 EMH at Epcot arrive at 7:30 AM, stay until 1-2 PM. Go back to CBR. See how she is doing and play it by ear. Maybe swimming or go back to Epcot. 8/10 EMH at MK arrive at 7:30 AM, stay until 1-2. This is our last day, so we will need to leave around 3 PM. I am not sure what to do with my mom. I read that I can take her to the nurses station if she needs to relax or a cool place. We are staying in a Preferred location, handicapped room at CBR. Any tips or suggestions? Despite her illnesses, she never lets anything stop her.