Hello there! I am hoping to take my mom and son to Disney World this summer. My mom is 57 with osteoporosis and heart failure, so I know I will need to take care. She is not a whiner and will do what she can... but I worry that she'll keep a brave face while being in pain. What are your suggestions or advice? I know to take care with attractions, food, etc. Disney involves a LOT of walking--should I think about getting her a wheelchair or a scooter? She is proud and I know she will balk at either of those things, but I want her to have fun without worrying about being in pain or getting too tired. I'm also thinking I should rent a car rather than rely on Disney transportation. I don't want her being relegated to standing room only on the buses, especially at the end of long day of touring. Although I am planning on short days, long rests, and just a slow, relaxing (well, as relaxing as you can get at Disney World) vacation. She is also sensitive to heat (hence the early June dates rather than August), so I want to be mindful of that as well. I've never traveled with anyone with these issues before so any and all advice would be helpful! Thank you so much! I just want to make this trip special for her--she has never been!