Hello! My 83 year old mom has not been to WDW since the early 1990's. She loved it and has expressed an interest to go one more time so I really want to take her, it's one of the things that are on her bucket list that we want to cross off. We plan to go early next May, I figure it won't be too crazily crowded and the weather should be decent too, not too humid. Does Flower and Garden start at Epcot then as well? We're only going to do 3 days so we plan on mostly seeing a lot of the shows. We will need to get a wheelchair, she wants nothing to do with scooters. She can walk short distances, she's a little wobbly sometimes, but she absolutely can't stand in a long line. i understand they will give you a time you can come back rather than wait, correct? Would she qualify for a DAS (I think that's what it's called). She has a transport chair that we use but don't want to lug it with us. Can we arrange to have a chair delivered to the airport that we can use during our stay, and to return it there? We do plan to stay on site but it would be too much for her to even walk through that airport. As for rides, will they stop the moving platforms on rides like Spaceship Earth and Haunted Mansion, etc.? Small World is her very favorite but I'm afraid she might not be able to step into the boats there, as well as on rides like Jungle Cruise and Pirates of the Caribbean. Do they have special cars that will let her not have to step on the seat and then into the boat? I was just there with my DD two weeks ago and we had a blast. This will be a much different and less manic trip for sure. I'm excited to take her and watch her excitement at all the new things she's never seen or experienced! Thank you for any info, hints, advice you can give us. It is very much appreciated.