1st time trip to WDW being planned. Our youngest son realies on a sign language interpreter for communication. Can you provide an interpreter for the "shows". Also, he has special health needs can a fridge and micro be provided at a value hotel-
- Asked by Dawn on 4/15/2008
There are so many wonderful things to see at Walt Disney World. Your son is sure to enjoy the visual part of his trip. Still, his vacation can be further enhanced by taking advantage of WDW services for the hearing impaired.First I would suggest... read more
Can I take my autistic 10 year old son to Disneyland?
- Asked by Gabriela from CA on 4/9/2008
Hi Gabriela -The focus of our Panel here is Disney World in Florida, not Disneyland in California, but the answer to your question is yes, all the Disney resorts are exceptionally accommodating to special needs guests. As a start, I can point you to... read more
Hi...We are planning a WDW trip 11/26-12/12 '08 and will be bringing my mother. We are going to rent a EVC and read that the Disney buses can accommodate them. My question is will the drivers allow someone else load them on the bus she doesn't know how.
- Asked by Theresa from MI on 3/26/2008
Hi Theresa,This is a good question. My mother and mother-in-law both rent EVCs in Disney but only at the parks. I think navigating them on and off the bus might be too much for them or the other guests around them to handle.The drivers... read more
Is there anything that my 17 year old special needs and Star Wars fanatic can do on that weekend that would be special, since he is to old for the Jedi training camp. He is the sze of a 17 y'old, but has a mind of a 7 y'old. I would appreciate any help!!
- Asked by Brandee from DE on 3/24/2008
Request a Guest Assistance Card (GAC) at Guest Services. A letter from your doctor regarding your son’s special needs will speed the process. Walt Disney World can be overwhelming for any guest, however WDW strives to offer a welcoming visit for... read more
My brother and I will take our families to WDW in August. We have two children and one adult with severe asthma. We'll keep nebulizers at station. What if we need it when we are across the park. Can't walk that far back. Speed essential.
- Asked by Darnell from WI on 3/28/2008
Hi Darnell,I glad to see that you already know that the first aid station can hold your nebulizer for you. If you happen to be on the other side of the park and have an asthma attack, tell the closest castmember to call 911. The... read more