AT BTMR they will have you get a return time at the kiosk outside the FP line, (which is similar to the DAS process). Then when you come back she will drive her scooter to the exit, where they will help her and the rest of your party onto the ride.
At Space Mtn they will also issue a return time, and then I believe when she returns they will have her transfer to a manual wheelchair and go through the FP lane (with the rest of the party as well).
At Splash Mountain she will enter the regular line, and then just before the stairs they will divert her and the rest of the party to the exit, where they will help you enter and board the ride.
At IASM they will have her and the rest of the party enter through the exit. Sometimes they issue return times, but most of the time they just let you right in.
At the Buzz ride you will go through the regular line, then just before the moving sidewalk they will take the scooter and you’ll pick it up at the exit. (They can slow down or stop the moving sidewalk for her as needed.)
At the people mover there will definitely be some modifications. I think she might have to just leave the scooter at the bottom of the ramp, and navigate the line/ramp without it? Ask a CM here.
Little Mermaid is similar to Buzz.
7DMT she will navigate the regular line, and then just before the last switchback they will divert her (and the rest of your group).
I can’t think of anything else at MK…
For HS, the only one that made much of a difference was Star Tours… ask a CM here, they might want her to get a return time. Also at Frozen Sing Along they will put her and the whole group in either the front row or the back row. (I did the front last week for the first time ever, and it was amazing!! Highly recommend.)
At AK there are no modifications that I can remember.
At EP: For SE they will have her enter the side of the bldg, under the Epcot ball, and go right to the exit of the ride. They’ll direct you from there. She’ll probably have to park the scooter at the bottom of the ramp and walk up…it’s a super short walk, and they may have a manual wheelchair if she needs to borrow it.
That’s all I can remember of the special modifications at this moment. For most of the rides I didn’t mention, she will just take her scooter right up to the ride, and then transfer into the ride vehicle. The CM’s are soooo good at asking questions and making sure the scooter/wheelchair is in the right place when she gets off the ride. They do a great job at making her feel comfortable and keeping the group together.
Please let me know if you have specific questions about rides I didn’t mention.