Fun-loving Jessika Kattah Delatorre lives in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., spends a lot of time at Disney World, and loves that she can stay in her own wheelchair on most of the rides. “When I have to transfer from my power chair to one of the park’s manual chairs in order to get through the line, I need help from either my father or brother, as it is park policy that the employee cannot help with transfers — and that is completely understandable,” says Delatorre, a paraplegic as a result of surgery to remove a lipoma tumor from her spine. “Once I’m in the park’s wheelchair, staff will then secure me into the ride by tying down the chair with a seatbelt.”