Im coming to disney world in 12- 28-13 to 1-7-14 i have a drs note that i will need a wheel chair, how does this pass work will i be able to get on rides or is it just like fast pass? should i just cancel my trip if i'll be waiting in lines all day
- Asked by nancy from NY on 12/5/2013
I do not think a wheel chair should deter you from enjoying the Walt Disney World Resorts. Disney has done a good job of accomodating guests who need a little extra pixie dust.
In October, there was a change to their program. Now... read more
I have read that medicines such as Tylenol can be purchased in resort gift shops, but what about children specific meds such as children's Tylenol and childrens Benadryl?
- Asked by Charles from LA on 12/3/2013
What a great question! You will find a small amount of children specific drugs at your resort gift shop as well as diapers, wipes and baby food. While I have seen children's Tylenol, I know I have purchased Benadryl one time but not... read more
Hello, can you tell me what would be the benefit of purchasing the Disney trip insurance? We've never purchased it before, but this time, we are traveling with our two year old. Thanks.
- Asked by Stephanie from TN on 11/9/2013
My mother always said,"It's better to have something and not need it, than to need it and not have it."A Walt Disney World vacation is an investment, costing upwards of thousands of dollars and while you may not need it,it's... read more
I know there were changes to the guest assis pass, I just started treatments for breast cancer and am wondering if there are any accommodations still available? I'm traveling Nov 5-10 with my family of 11, I'm worried about the heat for extended times.Thx
- Asked by Karen from NJ on 10/25/2013
Hi, Karen! There are still accommodations that can be made, using the new Disability Access Services card. This card allows guests with special accommodation needs to enjoy the theme parks without waiting in long, hot lines.
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My mum has a heart condition and also has gout. To add to this, she fell over a few weeks ago and hurt her ankle and knee. We will hire a wheelchair at the parks, but are we able to pay to park closer to the entrance so she hasn't too far to walk?
- Asked by Lynne from England on 10/6/2013
Thank you for sending me a question, Lynne, and I'll do my best to provide you helpful answers. I'm so sorry to hear of your mother's recent ailments. It sounds like a trip to the Most Magical Place on Earth is certainly in order. To my knowledge,... read more