Hello and welcome to MB! Hopefully this will be your 1st trip of many.
I had typed out a reply but it’s floating somewhere in cyber space so now I have to remember what was in my previous post :pirate::laugh:
I have to agree with Dana. If you and your son are able to function daily everywhere else in society there is no need to get a GAC there.
Of our family of 5, three of us could probably qualify (mine being arthritis from a broken ankle and knee) because it’s sometimes difficult standing in long lines, sometimes impossible but with planning ahead like mentioned above it can be doable.
Could you imagine if 3/5 of the population got a GAC because they could :ohmy:
I’m not saying you would do this since I don’t know your situation so don’t get me wrong but so many that borderline qualify acquire it as a convenience to avoid long lines rather than the extreme which is who it was originally set up for.