My son has severe hyperactivity/attention def. disorder, and cannot wait in lines for long periods of time. We really want to go to Disney world this summer. Can we go to the handicapped lines?
- Asked by giselle from FL on 6/4/2008
Hi Giselle,I have just recently answered another question which relates to the "Guest Assistance Pass" and if you follow this link you can view the answer. This is the same information that I would give to you and your son and I just would... read more
Last year we visited Disney but did not stay on site. Our 2yr old got very sick and we spent the most of our trip in the room. We are returning in Sept. and staying at AKL. Are there any Dr. at the resort or at Disney we could use if it happens agains?
- Asked by Leslie from SC on 5/30/2008
With so many children (and adults) at WDW every day, some of them are bound to get sick. On our very first trip to WDW with our oldest daughter, she started running a fever and complaining of ear pain. Uh oh. Based on the advice of our the advice of... read more
Hi! My husband and I are leaving Saturday morning! However, yesterday on my walk to work I was hit by a cab. The dr. isn't sure yet if my leg is fractured. What should I do at the parks if it turns out I can't walk on it? Thanks for any ideas in advance!
- Asked by Jill from IL on 5/8/2008
OK Jill! You need some pixie dust! I hope your doctor has given you some medication to assist you with pain for the next few weeks. A former roomate of mine had the same thing happen to him and he was so sore for quite awhile.Even if you don't... read more
I will be 5 months pregnant when i visit. This may sound terrible, but i am the least "worry wart" pregnant person ever. If a ride "restricts" a pregnant woman from riding, is it merely a suggestion, or will they actually withhold me
- Asked by Tanya from TX on 5/2/2008
The cast members will not withhold you from a ride.The powers that be at WDW err on the side of caution with the warning signs. Some rides that have warning signs have just a few bumps along the way (Test Track, Kilimanjaro Safari). Others... read more
We plan to visit in the spring traveling with grandchildren. My grandson has mild cerabal palsy and his legs get quite tired on long walks. He is in 2nd grade. Will the strollers available for tots accomadate a tired older child as well?
- Asked by marlene from OH on 4/29/2008
The Disney strollers are not cheap or plush, but they are quite large and sturdy. If you look on the right hand side of the Moms Panel home page, you'll see a button that says "Watch Our Vacation Tips." If you click on this, toward the end of the... read more