Our daughter, who just turned 10, will be in a walking boot on our trip next week. She has a pretty horrendous sprained foot (turf toe AND midfoot sprain). Even though she can walk in the boot, there is just no way I want her to spend all day walking in the parks. So, what would you recommend in terms of mobility assistance? She is pretty tall big for her age--4'9" (57") and weighs just about 100 pounds without the boot. The seat needs to be at least 16 inches wide for her to fit comfortably. One of my main concerns is that I will be the person pushing her, and I am almost 5'9", and I am really concerned about handle height on the wheelchairs. When my DD was younger, I found many strollers had handles that were uncomfortably low for me--and that was when she was tiny. The thought of having to stoop over while pushing her for the better part of a week is just not appealing. We could obviously just rent a chair in the parks, but they seem like they would be WAY too big for her, and probably not super comfortable to push, either. We're open to renting a special needs stroller, a pediatric wheelchair, a transport chair--whatever would be comfortable for the both of us Any suggestions or advice? Thanks so much!