My 84 yo Grandfather wants to go to Disneyland/DCA when I visit him in Feb. I am coming from Chicago with my 2yo son. We have two days for the parks. The schedule is tight because of work constraints. I've been to DL, WDW, and the Wonder in past 18 months, so I don't need to "See it all". Trip is because Grandpa wants to go. The problem is Grandpa has recently had two surgeries and chemo for colon cancer. Even though he is sure he is invincible and refuses to use a wheelchair...I am sure this excursion will be too much for him with the crowds from the opening of the new park and a boisterous toddler. Already I have booked a room at the Disneyland hotel to make it easier. My primary question is relating to a pass that would let Grandpa use the disabled entrances when the lines start to wear him down. I heard there was such a thing, but don't know the details or even who to ask. Getting a note from his doctor would not be a problem, but what does it need to state? Any other tips that would help? Thanks in advance.