Our last visit to WDW was two years ago. My daughter (age 27 at the time) and husband were riding Splash Mtn. When they came back to me my daughter told me there was a problem at the end of the ride because she didn't get out of the log quick enough. Due to various health issues, she has some weakness in her legs. Even with the weakness she hasn't had significant difficulty getting out of the log in the past, but this evening she did and the cast member said "Ma'am you have to get out." My husband pushed her from behind and she was able to get up. We're going to Florida next week to visit family and our plan is just one evening (Halloween party) at WDW. I don't know if she'll even be willing to try Splash after what happened last time, but just wondering if there is anything we should do in advance to let them know she can't just hop out like other people? Or maybe it is better to just avoid that ride and enjoy other things. Her leg weakness is no better or worse than it was two years ago, but her overall health has decreased from that time (she is on dialysis now and needs a kidney). Thank you for any suggestions. We just want it to be a good evening for her.