Hi Moms! Since I last visited WDW, I am unable to queue for long periods in the sunshine due to cancer, would the GAC apply to me and would my family go through the normal line and I meet them at the ride vehicle or can we wait together in a shady place?
- Asked by Kerri on 11/23/2013
Thanks so much for your question. Since your last visit, there have been some changes to Disney Parks' policy with regard to providing access to attractions for guests with disabilities. To better serve guests with disabilities, Disney... read more
we have a disabled son coming along.Is there accessible bathrooms at magic kingdom,epcot,...etc?
Also,if we purchase a 2 day hopper ticket,can we leave the park and return the same day?(My son tends to tire easily.)
- Asked by donna from ME on 11/22/2013
Hi, Donna! There are not only accessible bathrooms, you'll find companion restroom options available in some locations as well. If you aren't near those when nature calls, there are companion facilities available at the first aid... read more
Hi Allison. If you had to be at one of the Disney Parks on a rainy day, which one, out of MK, EP, and HS, would you recommend for a slow-moving, special needs family with 2 boys? Do any of the three have more covered or indoor attractions?
- Asked by Debbie from GA on 11/21/2013
Hi Debbie ~
Having a son with several types of special needs, I completely understand that navigating the parks can be slow moving. Rainy days add yet one more thing to deal with but don't let it put a damper on your fun.
All of the parks... read more
I have a PICC line and portable IV machine to administer antibiotics but must keep them refrigerated and change out the cartridge every 24 hrs. Will the First Aid stations in each park allow me to store my antibiotic cartridges while I am at the parks?
- Asked by Robyn from VA on 11/22/2013
Hi, Robyn! You can store your medication at the first aid stations. Have your medication clearly labeled with your identifying information, and when you arrive at the parks, you can bring the medication to the nurse at First Aid.
You... read more
Hi! You recently answered another guests question re: wheelchair parade viewing. You said there is a spot in the hub in front of the castle. Would this be on the castle side, you know. facing the castle or the other, facing the train station? Pics, u know!
- Asked by Lynette from OR on 11/17/2013
Thanks so much for your question! On the Magic Kingdom Park Guidemap for Guests with Disabilities, the specially designated parade viewing area for mobility challenged guests appears to be located at the southern end of the hub,... read more