Both DLP and WDW are brilliant for disabled guests.
This is from their website:
Upon arrival at Disney Parks, to board our attractions, proceed to Donald Desk, City Hall or Studio Services with your companion(s)—one of whom should be an able-bodied person at least 15 years of age.
A reception Cast Member (Disneyland Paris employee) will give you information about accessibility to attractions and, if necessary, an Access Card.
To receive a Priority Card, you must present your disability card or a medical certificate (For futher details, please take a look at the Disney Parks Accessibility Maps).
Oh I didn't realise re the gate . We always hang back and then join the queue at the last minute for stuff.
Thanks re DLP - I don't know why I'm so stressed about it. Maybe because he is older and less portable so it's very obvious? And I don't want to waste lots of money on a holiday we don't enjoy/is stressful?
Maybe email them and see what they say? They will confirm exactly what you need to take in order to receive a green pass
There are a few DLP groups on FB and a lot of people are getting worried because where they were eligible for a pass previously, they won't be now under the new rules as they don't receive PIP or have a blue badge.
I understand why they changed the rules because some people were taking advantage but it's rubbish for people that do genuinely benefit by having them
You really won't fail, I can't understand how they find their holidays enjoyable when even wee breaks are scheduled. The endless lists of stuff, the whole first aid boxes, irons, kettles, bonkers! It's supposed to be fun!
So long as you have the best time ever then you don't need to panic