My son is non-verbal and I wanted to make him a communication flip book for each of the parks, but I cannot find images of the rides and shows. Do you know if Disney has a site that I can get these images from?
- Asked by Lisa from IN on 11/30/2008
I'm not aware of a Disney-owned resource that would provide what you are looking for. My recommendation would be to turn to Google. Are you familiar with the Google image search? It couldn't be simpler to use. Just go to Google. In the upper... read more
I would like to get silhouettes of the family done when we are WDW in December.
I have a child with a disability- how long does it take to do an individual silhouette? And how still does the subject have to be able to sit?
- Asked by Jennifer from OH on 10/23/2008
I had silhouettes done for all four of my children when we were there in September. I, too, have a child with special needs as well as a very active two-year-old son. I was concerned about both of them sitting still long enough for the silhouette... read more
Our family will be visiting Disney World in August, 2009. My husband will begin dialysis in January, 2009. With all the diseases he has; i.e., diabetes, Croyn's, anemia, and stage 4 kidney failure, where can we rent wheelchairs, just in case he can't walk?
- Asked by Katherine from GA on 10/5/2008
I am so glad you are going to be visiting the Walt Disney World Resort. Wheelchairs and ECVs can be rented at any of the four major theme parks for $10 or $35 respectively a day as of fall 2008. These are located at the front of... read more
my DD is 10, therefore too young for many extra activ. The ones she's old enough for..she can't do due to allerg.(saltwater tank, pony rides) Please help!!! Want to do something special, but I'm at a loss!! Love Mom panel! 1 of Disney's best ideas!!
- Asked by Julie from GA on 10/5/2008
I am glad you think this is one of Disney's best ideas! I know I love being a part of this panel.
Here are a few things I think your daughter might like while on vacation. How about a special dinner at the Hoop Dee Doo Revue or the... read more
We are going to be bringing our family for the 1st visit in May. Our 3 year old son is blind. What tips do you have to make the trip more fun for him (his 5 year old brother is fully sighted)?
- Asked by Kim from OH on 10/3/2008
Hooray for first trips! The wonderful thing about Disney is that the experience is all around you and in many forms.
If your pirate loves a particular character, make sure to have his picture taken with them. Pixar has a terrific meet... read more