Hi Tanya, I'm traveling to Disney this coming fall with two kids. My son has an Autism Spectrum disorder, and has a hard time waiting. Is there some way Disney can accommodate him?"
- Asked by John from NJ on 1/29/2009
There are many families with children on the Autism Spectrum who have had excellent experiences with Disney vacations. You may want to visit the independent website www.allears.net, which has several stories submitted by parents who... read more
My son wears a Cochlear Implant and I am nervous about the possiblity of it coming off while riding rides. If it were to come off, could we contact someone to let them know so it could be found. They are very expensive.
- Asked by Namona from VA on 12/27/2012
I can certainly understand your concern about your son's cochlear implant. Is there any way your son could secure the device before boarding the thrill rides in the Disney theme parks? For instance, is there a knit cap with... read more
I have Lupus and MCTD (mixed connective tissue disease). And because of that I can not be in the sun for long periods of time and get very tired quickly and after a long day of walking become very painful. What do I need to do for shorter times in line.
- Asked by Dannell on 2/24/2009
Congratulations on your upcoming trip! If your medical condition prevents you from waiting in long lines (in the sun), I would recommend stopping at Guest Relations at the first park that you visit. At Magic Kingdom, Guest Relations... read more
We will be traveling with our daughter who is in a wheelchair and unable to transfer to rides. Have read about the "baby swap". Could we use this for rides with her? Would the same apply even if she can't maneuver through?
- Asked by Donna from CA on 1/28/2008
Hi Donna! I think that you and your family will find that Walt Disney World is such a wonderful place to visit that is so inclusive of all family members. We have a close-knit family and my mother and grandmothers have always lived with us. Toward... read more
My granddaughter has severe food allergies. Will Disney be able to accommodate? Allergies are: eggs, dairy, soy, peanuts.
- Asked by Joanne from PA on 1/27/2008
WDW works hard to meet all dietary restrictions guests have. Your best bet for dining will be to utilize table service restaurants since you can make advanced dining reservations and notify the restaurant about your daughter's allergies. I would... read more