You've been helpful, so another ? Using disability pass for autistic son. Thought about combining that with the special touring plans. What is your opinion of my plan? Any suggestions?
- Asked by Jaynee from IN on 10/31/2013
I think you will find that as Disney tests out their new assistance program that they are going to try to be as accommodating as possible. If you have a special touring plan, I think you should try as best you can to stick... read more
My son is on the Autism spectrum and we planned on securing a special pass so that we would not have to wait in long lines. I recently heard that these passes for disabled families are no longer available? Please advise. Thank you
- Asked by Danielle from NJ on 10/29/2013
Disney is still committed to assisting Guests with all types of special needs including those with Cognitive Disabilities. In fact, they have put together A Resource for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities including Autism... read more
Hi! My family will be at Disney World in 15 days(yay!!) and my husband just injured his knee and is on crutches. I'm really concerned about how much he is going to be able to get around the parks and enjoy the rides. Any tips and advice to make it easier?
- Asked by ashley from KS on 10/24/2013
I am sorry to hear about your husband's injuries but no worries - Disney World is a great place to visit for Guests with Limited Mobility. The parks are really big and it may make it easier if you rent a wheelchair for him. They are... read more
I want to go to Disney World Parks for 4 days. My son is on the autism spectrum, and I am not sure how much he will be able to handle. If we would buy a 4 day ticket and he only can handle 2 days, could we be reimbursed 2 days?
- Asked by Bobbie from PA on 10/18/2013
Typically, Walt Disney World does not offer refunds on unused tickets. BUT, perhaps an alternate strategy will work for you: upgrade a two day ticket to four days if your trip is going well. Regular park tickets (non-discounted,... read more
I'm a previous WDW visitor, but this year I have a special challenge- I'm now legally blind. I'm not willing to give up a planned visit in February with my 9 year old daughter. Which mod. Or value resort would be easiest to negotiate? Thanks
- Asked by Kimberly from NH on 10/23/2013
Hello there, Kimberly...from a fellow Kimberly!
My maternal grandmother eventually lost her sight due to complications from glaucoma and was
deemed legally blind, so I understand the challenges you are now facing. I'm so happy to hear that... read more