We are coming to disney with our family my sister is handicapped .does disney offer any assistance to help get around the parks and attractions? Thanks
- Asked by Rob from MA on 9/21/2013
Hi Rob! Disney does not offer a service that would be able to take your sister around the parks but they will have wheelchairs and ECV's for rent at each park. You can rent daily or get a package for the duration of your trip. If she will have... read more
Granddaughter has lupus and diabetes. We rented a wheelchair for her last time but she now has a younger sister. Are we able to use a sit n stand stroller in place of a wheelchair? How would that work in the lines?
- Asked by Shawn from MI on 9/12/2013
I have seen such strollers in use at Walt Disney World, so I don't think you'd have a problem using one on your upcoming visit.
I am wondering, however, if it is time for your family to investigate the use of a Guest Assistance Card... read more
We are coming to WDW in March 2014. Since GAC is being replaced with DAS, will GAC be available for families with children with autism or intellectual disabilities who cannot tolerate the "come back in two hours" type of policy?
- Asked by Heather on 9/20/2013
Unfortunately, official information on Guest Assistance Cards, and any replacement procedures and policies, has not yet been announced. I don't have any information about possible changes. I'm sorry!
I hope we hear some news soon!
We are visiting with our 10 year old who has type 1 diabetes and is registered disabled and I've been told he is entitled to fast track the queues - is that true, and if so how do I sort this out?
- Asked by Tracy on 9/2/2013
Guests with special needs are able to acquire a Guest Assistance Card (GAC) which allows for easier access to many attractions. Wheelchair friendly boarding, reserved seating, and separate queues are some of the ways Walt Disney World... read more
I know you are not able to take things that don't have a cord on the Wild Africa Trek. I was wondering about medications, such as an asthma inhaler? Would this be allowed? TIA
- Asked by Theresa on 9/1/2013
You are in for the experience of a lifetime on the Wild Africa Trek. Having just returned from the Trek, I can tell you that you certainly can bring necessary medications with you. Once you check-in for your... read more