My husband has Parkinson's- he is mobile but tires easily so standing for a long time in line-ups may prove a bit difficult- can we use handicap access to help him or do you have any other suggestions?
- Asked by Ann Marie from NS on 2/13/2008
I would highly recommend renting an ECV for the week. This will allow him to rest and move easily from one place to the next. Each park has Wheel Chair Rentals.
Wheelchair Rentals (this and more information can... read more
I am visting WDW in Sept. I have MS and take an injectable medicine, It needs to be in the fridge. I am staying at the Pop Century is there anyway to get a fridge in our room to keep my medicine in.
- Asked by Jennifer from CA on 2/11/2008
Absolutely!Pop Century rooms do not include refrigerators and are available at an extra fee (except when needed for medication).Since you will need to use the fridge for medical purposes, a complimentary fridge will be brought to your room. I would... read more
What is the best way to enjoy the parks while pregnant?
- Asked by Mary from DE on 1/27/2008
I had a great time in WDW when I was a little over 20 weeks pregnant. First, if your doctor allows and you are beyond your first trimester, I would recommend a pre-natal message over at the Grand Floridian. It was absolutely... read more
What is the closest 24 hour pharmacy (i.e. if you need prescription medicines in the middle of the night) to Disney World, and what is the closest 24 hour grocery store or supermarket (i.e. food, sundries) to Disney World?
- Asked by Don from FL on 1/21/2008
Hi Don! There are many CVS locations around the property. You can Mapquest the closest one from your resort. My little princess was ill with pneumonia when we were there a few years back, and the Disney folks at our resort helped my husband... read more
Hi, guys, thank you for all your great tips! My 7 year old daughter has a walnut allergy. We are leaving next week. What recommendations do you have to minimize the chance that she will eat any walnuts that may be an ingredient in her food?
- Asked by Lisa from NJ on 1/23/2008
Disney tries very hard to accommodate people with allergies and food sensitivities. The first step I would take would be to alert Disney Dining (407-WDW-DINE) to your situation. They will make a note of the allergy on all of your advance dining... read more