There are a number of possible scenarios for this story.
One of them involves a Disney network that was created to help people with dementia get access to quality care and help them maintain their independence.
Others are a network that could help people who have a physical condition that requires them to use a wheelchair.
And yet another scenario is that this network is merely an attempt to give seniors a more convenient way to find care, while still maintaining a sense of family-wide care and dignity.
Either way, Disney has clearly gone beyond its role as a provider of social and recreational services to create a network of care that is meant to help elderly people.
A Disney network would be the perfect platform for this kind of program to go into.
It would also be an important step in the right direction for ensuring that the elderly are not denied access to care they need.
And it would certainly have an impact on the future of dementia care, helping the network improve services for the more than 7.2 million Americans with dementia.
If Disney can pull this off, it will be a huge step forward in the fight against dementia.
For more on dementia, check out the Mental Health Blog and our ongoing coverage of the disease here.