1st wdw trip in Oct.My wife has fibromyalgia.Long periods of walking cause a great deal of pain.I asked about wheelchair rental and was told we would rent one at each park.We have park hopper tickets this could get expensive.Is there a better way?
- Asked by Joel from TN on 8/14/2008
As a first step, I would go to the website allearsnet.com. Click on the search button (near the top right) and search for an article called "Wheelchair/Scooter/Electric Convenience Vehicle (ECV) FAQ." This will give you some good basic information... read more
I have Crohn's Disease and frequently need a restroom ASAP. Are there any special accommodations I can get? Sometime waiting in a line can just be too long. I plan on using FP when available.
- Asked by Debbe from OH on 8/11/2008
It does sound like you would benefit from having the Guest Assistance Pass. If you follow these simple instructions from 2 similar answers HERE and HERE, then you will be on your way to a stress free and worry free vacation to Walt... read more
Hi again Darcie! Sorry for all the ?'s. Is there a way for special needs guests to avoid the finger scan when entering the park? DD had trouble the last visit and often took a few tries before it worked for her. Thanks again :-)
- Asked by Bev from AB on 8/4/2008
Forgive me for taking a few days to find out about this for you Bev! I, personally, have not encountered a problem with my daughter at the park entrance so I didn't have any firsthand experiences to pass on. I believe I've tracked down an answer... read more
Whispering Canyon sounds fun but it also seems like will be a bit over stimulating for our DS daughter who also has CP. Darcie, how does your daughter do here? Are the antics just enough or are they too much? Also have daughter with Epilepsy. Thanks.
- Asked by Helen from NJ on 8/10/2008
I'd be happy to offer my experiences, but I'd be remiss not to tell you a bit about Cassidy (my daughter with Down syndrome) first. This child doesn't have a shy bone in her body. Nor does she know any fear, not a lick. She is a very spirited... read more
I would reallllly like to take my mother to WDW, but she would need a wheelchair to get around. How does that work with the transportation between the parks? I am worried that we will get there and then be stuck trying to get around. Any suggestions?
- Asked by Jo-Ellen from WV on 8/8/2008
Hi there Jo-Ellen! My family has traveled to Walt Disney World many times with my dear FairyGrandmother who was wheelchair bound. I can honestly say that Walt Disney World is one of the few place that we traveled in the world that seems to built... read more