Apart from following the general advice for pilgrims, disabled persons should pay special attention to their physical condition and prepare thoroughly before beginning. They should consider the possibility of using a support car or travelling in a group with people that provide them with the necessary help, when going through rough terrain or crossing roads, for example.
Another advisable practice, when it comes to planning the stages, is choosing to do non-consecutive sections. In any case, you can choose the starting point and plan the stages according to your own possibilities. Since the usual stages are not homogeneous as regards accessibility, there are guides available that describe them especially for disabled persons.