Advice for Disneyland with a terminally ill guest
I know that with all of the festivities going on this week, it's not the best time to bring up sad stuff, but I told a friend of the family that I would ask around about this subject.
This woman's twenty-something-year-old daughter is terminally ill with cancer and has never been able to take her own two-year-old daughter to Disneyland. So they've arranged a trip for the entire family from May 19th through the 23rd (bad timing, I know, but there's not much they can do about it...). They'll be staying in a suite at the Disneyland Hotel.
My question is: is there anything special that these people can do for their first and only trip to Disneyland? The terminally ill daughter will be in a wheelchair as will the woman's other daughter, who is severely mentally ill. I'd love to be able to offer them advice on how to make the trip memorable, but I've never travelled in such circumstances. Are cast members able to arrange special "stuff" for people in their situation?
Any thoughts would be appreciated.