My husband and I are booked for a Backstage Magic tour in late January. I will need to rent a wheelchair for the tour. Are wheelchairs allowed, and can I rent a wheelchair at the Epcot meeting site.
- Asked by Helen from WI on 1/10/2014
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Helen ~
The Backstage Magic Tour is one of my favorites and you and your husband are going to love it!
There was the cutest couple in ECVs on one of the Backstage Magic Tours I took so I know that it is... read more
I have a son with special needs who is unable to wait in long lines. we have used the GAC in the past but learned that this service has changed and that we need to go to guest services after every ride. Is this true? Can u explain how it now works?
- Asked by Jenelle from WI on 1/9/2014
Hi Jenelle ~
I have a son with Cerebral Palsy and we've visited since the new Disability Service Access Card (DAS) has been in place. It is different than the Guest Assistance Card.
Go to Guest Relations at the first theme park you visit to... read more
Hi, I am coming to Disney world with my 4 children in March. They are 15,15 12 and 6. One of the 15 year old twins has Down Syndrome. And uses a stroller because of low muscle tone, is there a way I can use the stroller as a wheelchair and limit transfers?
- Asked by Selha from PA on 1/9/2014
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Selha ~
I have a son with Cerebral Palsy who uses a stroller as a wheelchair. When you arrive at the first theme park during your visit, go to Guest Relations and request a band that will indicate to Cast... read more
When renting a scooter that's been delivered to a room is there a problem with boarding the buses? I heard they only allow 2 at a time on the bus. If so, I'm worried that this will hold up the other people in the party or a problem also when park hopping
- Asked by Bonnie from MN on 1/5/2014
This is a great question. One of my family members requires the use of an ECV on our Walt Disney World Resort Vacations and we have never had any problems in terms of transportation whatsoever. You are correct that... read more
We visited Disney this past November and my son received a DAS pass. I noticed there is a QR code on it. Should I save his DAS and bring it with us on our next trip or will they have his information saved in the system?
- Asked by Debbie from GA on 1/3/2014
Hi Debbie ~
I am so happy to hear you're already thinking ahead for your next trip to Disney!
Because I have a son with several types of disabilities, assisting Guests with disabilities is near and dear to my heart. I try to spend some... read more