I have two little boys, age 6 and 3. My youngest is autistic. We are coming to the parks in early February. I was wondering if there were special viewing areas for parades and/or fireworks. If so, where are they and how would we access them? THX
- Asked by Kevin from NY on 1/26/2014
Hi Kevin, I hope this question reaches you prior to you leaving on your Walt Disney World Vacation. Disney does a good job of accommodating guests who may need a little extra pixie dust to make their stay magical. This does include use... read more
Hi! My husband is currently awaiting a kidney transplant and has to do several peritoneal dialysis exchanges throughout the day. Are the first aid stations at WDW equipped with IV poles or do we need to bring our own? Thanks in advance!!!!
- Asked by Peyton from GA on 1/25/2014
Hello Peyton! How great you are able to visit Walt Disney World with your husband. My uncle spent a few years on peritoneal dialysis before he received a transplant, and he visited Walt Disney World during that time. You absolutely... read more
i am a breast pumping mom and read you can leave your pump at the first aid station next to the baby care center..is that still true? Also are there electrical outlets in the nursing area?
- Asked by tiffany from CA on 1/27/2014
Hi Tiffany, I have explored the magical Disney Parks while all three of my children were nursing so I can relate to your concern. You will find terrific Baby Care Centers located in all Disney Theme Parks. These will be clearly... read more
We are booked for April. I have a 3 year old daughter that will be receiving an infusion one day we are there through a portable pump. She is mobile. What options do we have for a special pass that day?We won't need anything for the entire trip, just a day
- Asked by STEPHANIE from SC on 1/25/2014
Hi Stephanie, I suggest that you browse the Services for Guests with Disabilities page to see if your daughter falls into any of those categories. If so, there are explanations as to your options on those pages. If you feel you require a... read more
I am disabled, I can still walk but can't stand for long period of time. What documentation do I need to bring with me to receive a DAC I have my award letter from Social Security stating I am disabled.
- Asked by Jackie from FL on 1/23/2014
Welcome Jackie! You have a very good question. To answer simply, you do not need any documentation to receive a Disability Access Service Card (DAS). The DAS card is designed to accommodate Guests who are unable to wait in a... read more