This trip is WAY off but curiosity and the need to plan ahead of time is making me all ready ask about this. Wondering here if anyone has any experience with lack of depth perception and going on rides at Disney. My Mom has little to no depth perception but I would like to maybe take her on some of the rides with me when we are in MK on NYE. The thing is I'm not sure what she may or may not enjoy because of the lack of perception. Just wondering if anyone has any recommendations on what to hit or avoid. Note, will not be taking her on coasters, she doesn't do coaster. She'll be spending most of the afternoon at Tom Sawyer Island but there are still several hours in the park to take her to do stuff. Other thing concerns collapsible canes and rides at Disney. This is only a problem for about a day but its still there. Long story short I'm a long distance racer for fun and doing my first full marathon I sprained my left ankle, very, very badly. It took me about three weeks to recover. And while the muscles are getting stronger they are still an issue. And part of the reason for the trip is to do the WDW marathon, since my last full day on Disney property is the day of the marathon I am planning to go back to the parks for dinner (probably MK) after a short rest in our hotel room. This is where the cane comes in. Despite being really sore I can move at a fair pace post race as long as I'm using the cane. Its collapsible and fairly easy to store so am I okay to use it while in line for rides and not stored away. I know I am going to have to get a GAC for the day (there's no way I can get around it) so I guess the question is having a cane going to be a problem going to be an issue with GAC or should I maybe opt for a day rental? Thanks in advance.