We are traveling down to Disney World in October with my mother-in-law who has a hard time standing and walking for long periods of time. We plan on renting her a scooter for the day, but are wondering if there is anything we can do about long lines? Help!
- Asked by Courtney on 8/19/2013
Hello there Courtney!
I have taken a few trips to Walt Disney World with my father and he has required a wheelchair each time. Traveling around the parks is not quite as problematic as you would think, especially since your mother-in-law will be... read more
My husband was in a serious car accident that has left him with back and knee pain. I am concern about him standing for long periods of time while we are at the parks. Is there anything can be done to help him avoid standing in long lines?
- Asked by Jessica on 8/17/2013
Not to worry!
We've traveled to Walt Disney World on several occasions with family members who have had back, knee and other surgeries which require them to avoid standing for long periods of time. Simply ask your husband's doctor... read more
Bringing our 4 yr old to disney in October and can't decide whether or not I want to bring my 20 month old son too. He's such a handful and I do not want to be stressed out the entire time. Am I a horrible mom if I leave him home with family? HELP!!
- Asked by Tara on 8/14/2013
It sounds like you are really stressing over this decision. I honestly do not see a problem with you leaving the baby at home while you provide a wonderful vacation for your 4 year old. Just think of it as a nice bonding trip with your... read more
Recently my 14 year old had surgery for severe scoliosis and can not walk or stand for long periods of time which would be the benefit of Guest Assistance Card.
Thanks for the help!
- Asked by Arlene from Juana Diaz on 8/9/2013
I am sorry to hear about your teen's recent surgery. It sounds like you all could use a little of that Disney magic. Here is my suggestion... Upon entering any of the four major theme parks within the Walt Disney... read more
My almost 3 year old broke her leg this week and will be in a long leg cast for 4 weeks. The doctor says she will be limping for a couple months. We are going to Disney in 6 weeks (September) I am worried standing and stroller use? We're at the Polynesian.
- Asked by Amy on 8/4/2013
I'm so sorry to her that your little girl is injured, I'm sending some extra hugs and pixie dust for speedy recovery!Navigating Walt Disney World might be a little more challenging, but Disney is great at making accommodations for guests.... read more