We had a great trip with Hunter and crew yesterday. My daughter has limited mobility, and they were eager about accommodating her so that she could fly too. Everyone was helpful and treated her as any of the other participants, though they also got additional crew to help her board the boat and disembark. She - along with my wife and son - had a blast. Clearly this organization is highly experienced and loves what it does.
* Note for others with mobility issues who may go: the pier, which is not owned by this company, is not very accessible. You have to cross about 15 yds of sand and get up 5-6 steps right at the shoreline. I was able to piggy-back my daughter, but worth assessing. As I said, the crew were happy to help however, but this may be a limitation for some. Getting on and off the boat, and launching and returning from the parachute, would be doable for a variety of different abilities, though.