We are going to WDW in July, and my parents are joining us in the middle of our trip (end of July). My father has a leg condition, and although he has a NY-issued disabled parking permit, he is not in a wheelchair or ECV. He walks at a slow pace, but his main two issues are standing for long periods of time, and stairs (he is OK on ramps, he just walks slowly). He is not planning to use an ECV or wheelchair at WDW. How would I go about contacting WDW about my father's condition? They are staying at the Dolphin, and we are visiting Epcot, DHS and MK. Getting to DHS and Epcot shouldn't be an issue because I don't think he will have trouble getting onto the boat. However, getting onto the bus for MK might be an issue. Is there any way they would be able to assist him onto the bus even though he will not be in a wheelchair or ECV? I am also concerned with my father standing in long lines, and also having to use stairs for certain attractions. Is there anyone at WDW I would be able to contact regarding his condition and waiting in long lines, and also the issue with the stairs? Is there some type of ID they could issue him so that he can get some help? Thanks in advance, and I'm sorry if I sound ignorant. Although I'm a seasoned WDW traveler, I'm new at having to deal with this issue, and I don't want my father to feel bad when we are there, so I am trying to plan for it in advance so that he can enjoy his vacation.