I will taking my 86 year old mom and my 19 year old daughter to WDW in a few days. We always take my mom each year staying 2-3 days on site and only visit one park trying to keep things simple and easy for my mom. My mom uses a rollator walker all the time, but we always take a transport wheelchair to WDW because she can't walk more than 20-30 feet without getting winded or holding onto something. Since the announcement of the Frozen Summer event at DHS we have decided to add an extra day at DHS. I am curious about wheelchair viewing for the Frozen Welcome parade at 11:00 each day. I know that the Magic Kingdom has parade viewing for wheelchairs. Also I was wondering if there is a wheelchair viewing spot for the fireworks. I was there last year for May the Fourth Be With You Fireworks and it was like a mosh-pit. Everyone was standing shoulder to shoulder trying to get a view of the fireworks. Does anyone know if they have a spot for those in wheelchairs to view the fireworks without other people hanging all over them?