Recently, there was an article about a mother hiring someone who was disabled to get to the front of the lines at Disney World so that her daughter did not have to wait on line. In my opinion, this is disgusting and therefore I think Disney should change their policy about people who are disabled in the parks. From experience, when I visited the parks, I noticed people in wheelchairs...smoking, as well as getting up and running to their destination. They are only in wheel chairs to get advantage of the front line with their family .
,No. I'm not saying they shouldn't get the extra help they need, but to cut down the amount of people they can take. I have also seen people from resorts who are disabled and take up 80% of the bus only because they have 9+ family members. I think it is unfair that people take advantage of this policy when in fact there is NOTHING wrong with them. Of course in some situations, we cannot see their disability. Therefore, I'm not taking it out on them per say but to cut down the people they can get on the bus at a time or a ride. Let's say 2 family members only per person. I bet if they did that we would have less people taking disadvantage of the system.
,Yes I know, some of my readers will not agree with me as I already have gotten some people angry who said that I was taking it out on the disabled. NO I am not. I care about people. All people. But I don't care about are the liars who use the system to their advantage and their the ones who don't care about the TRUE disabled. As of now, 3:39pm on Friday, I will be starting my letter to Disney. I probably won't get any results but it will bring this situation to their attention....
If you go to Disney World, just remember YES you will spend most of the day standing in lines for attractions/rides.
I am requesting not that the disabled can't bring family members to the front of the lines, I'm requesting to limit the number of people that they can take. So therefore, everyone wins.