I have a broken heel and hurt hip that just isn't healing quick enough for my 2/16-2/22 visit to Disney World so it looks like I may need a wheel chair. Do I need a doctor's note to rent one? And how do I go about renting one?
- Asked by Carol from NJ on 2/6/2008
First Carol, I'm so sorry about your injuries! ouch! I hope you are feeling better soon, I know how painful that can be.You will not need a doctor's note to rent a wheelchair. However, you may need to arrive in the park early to... read more
We are taking our four kids (ages 12-4) for their first Disney experience in November. One of my sons is autistic and we will need to plan breaks in his day for him. Which resort is the easiest to access from all the different parks?
- Asked by Karen from TX on 2/4/2008
The answer to your question depends on which theme you will be spending the most time at. The Disney transportation is great and moves you around the property fairly quickly, but you have to keep in mind that the whole of WDW is about the size... read more
My granddaughter has severe food allergies. Will Disney be able to accommodate? Allergies are: eggs, dairy, soy, peanuts.
- Asked by Joanne from PA on 1/27/2008
WDW works hard to meet all dietary restrictions guests have. Your best bet for dining will be to utilize table service restaurants since you can make advanced dining reservations and notify the restaurant about your daughter's allergies. I would... read more
When our children were young, we visited WDW many times. Now my husband is disabled & uses a scooter. What would be the best hotel on site to accomodate him. Are the Disney buses equipped for scooters (motorized wheelchairs?) What about the attractio
- Asked by Carolyn from VA on 1/20/2008
I would recommend the Yacht and Beach Club. There is a boat/walkway to both Epcot and Hollywood Studios. This means your husband could take a boat to either of these locations, and keep from having to drive his EVC onto a loaded bus. The... read more
We have a 9yo son with autism and this is going to be his VERY FIRST trip in May; he is finally able to handle the bigness of our special place. When we make our reservations (hotel, dining, etc), should we let them know of his condition? We know of GAC.
- Asked by Lela from NC on 1/19/2008
The Guest Assistance Card could be an asset for you and your family. However, I wouldn't recommend letting the cast members know with each reservation, unless it is a room preference. It would be better to wait and let the wait staff... read more