My husband, myself and our 2 daughters are bringing my parents with us in November. They are in their 70's and will be using a EVC. Do moving rides, such as Haunted mansion, slow down or stop so they can get on w/o a problem? I want them to have fun too
- Asked by Heather from NY on 3/24/2008
Depending on the attraction, there are different scenarios for accommodating guests with challenged mobility. When approaching an attraction, ask the Cast Member greeting guests what the options are for your parents using EVCs. A helpful guide, The... read more
Planning a trip for 6/2-6/6. I have a daughter who will be turning 3 right before this who has sensory processing disorder. Is there anything special I should do to prepare her? I don't want her to be overwhelmed.
- Asked by angela from KY on 3/21/2008
First of all the parks will be hot and crowded. So plan for frequent breaks away from the crowds and heat. You can utilize the baby care centers as a “home” base while in the parks. There are usually Disney videos playing if she finds watching... read more
Our 4 year old son wants to go to Disney World, but he has life threatening food allergies. We are concerned about the food in the park, or eating in restaurants. What information can you give me on this?
- Asked by Tara from TN on 3/21/2008
Disney World works very hard to accommodate guests with food allergies. I have several sources of information for you.First, go to the website allearsnet.com. Click on the "search" button (near the top right) and search on "food allergies." You... read more
I am going to wdw in 14 days! I need to know where my father-in-law could rent one of those motorized chairs. He has a hard time walking. Can you get them at the parks?? Everytime i go i see people with them.
- Asked by laura from PA on 3/20/2008
Hi Laura,Yes your father-in-law can rent them at the park. The ECV are rented at the same location as the stroller rentals. You must rent one each day and you can transfer it to another park. There are places in Orlando to rent them for... read more
We will be visiting WDW for the first time in December with our 11 year old autistic son. Do you think he will enjoy the experience? Are there any special privileges he can receive since he is a special needs child? I am worried about the long lines.
- Asked by linda from NJ on 3/20/2008
Hi. There are many children (and adults) on the autism spectrum who have very successful trips to WDW. In general, Disney does and exceptional job of accommodating guests who have a wide variety of special needs. Without knowing your son or his... read more