Hello Moms,Can I get the new Disability Card at the Resort instead of Parks?With this being new,if my daughter had to take a picture at the park for the 1st time, she would obsess all week about it. Getting it done at resort will definitely be easier.
- Asked by david from NY on 12/3/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel David ~
I have a son with several different types of special needs and I totally understand how stressful some situations can be at the parks.
The Disability Access Service (DAS) Card is only... read more
I have an 8 year old son on the Autism spectrum. His clumsy walking on his tiptoes gets him really tired fast. Does Disney offer any transportation around the park for him?
- Asked by marlen from TX on 12/2/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Marlen ~
You are smart to plan ahead. The parks are big and it may wear your little guy out really fast.
Disney offers stroller rentals and wheelchair rentals for Guests. I am not sure what size your son... read more
We are going to Mickeys Very Merry Christmas for the first time. We have our 81 year old parents coming. Can we reserve the electric chairs for them?
- Asked by william from FL on 12/3/2013
Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party is THE winter event occuring on select nights at Disney's Magic Kingdom theme park. With Mickey's Once Upon a Christmastime parade, as well as all you care to enjoy hot chocolate and cookies,... read more
We're going to Disney soon with my mobility limited Grandma for the first time since the changes were implemented. For rides with seperate vehicles for those in wheelchairs/ECV's, such as Small World, are we able to go through the alternate line as before?
- Asked by Melissa from FL on 12/2/2013
Howdy Melissa and thanks so much for your question.
I confirmed with a Cast Member that with the implementation of the Disability Access Service Card, all Guests go through the regular queuing area as the lanes have been widen to... read more
hey guys, I am taking my mother, sister and nephew to disney in feb. And my mom can't stand very long as she has bad hips. because she can still walk and doesn't have a known disability. could she still use the disability card, and need proof from a doctor
- Asked by Kaitlyn from ON on 11/26/2013
I love to hear about families planning multi-generational trips to Walt Disney World Resort! There is so much to see and do for guests of all ages! For your mom I would recommend renting a wheelchair or electric scooter (ECV)... read more