HI. I will be renting a wheelchair for my MOM and i heard they run out quickly. So if i get their early and then leave the park to rest,is there a chance when i come back it wont be available? not sure what to do considering my Mom cant walk far distances
- Asked by victoria on 4/8/2013
Any of the rentals (wheelchairs/ECVs/strollers) are available on a first come, first served basis and when they are all rented, that is it. They are rented and returned all day long, so the supply keeps getting replenished... read more
We are headed to WDW in six weeks with both of my grandparents who are in their mid 80's. We will be bringing two ECV's. Will both ECV's be able to get on the buses from park to park and park to hotel? What about the same monorail car?
- Asked by Alissa from NC on 1/4/2014
The Walt Disney World Resorts in just six weeks sounds like a great time especially with your grandparents.
In theory, both ECVs will be able to fit on one bus or one monorail car. The question is how many other guests are in line... read more
Hi Moms! Read that there is now Fastpass+ areas for viewing parades/fireworks. Are there still disabled viewing areas for those in wheelchairs? Don't want to book it as may not be in park that long due to medical issues, but if so, want to be able to see!
- Asked by Heather from Staffordshire on 1/16/2014
Hi Heather ~
I was at Disney at Christmas and there were still designated parade viewing areas for Guests with Disabilities at Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom. There were also IllumiNations viewing areas for Guests with Disabilities Epcot as... read more
I will be bringing my 2 year old who has special needs, to visit WDW this winter. I have heard we can get a pass that will allow us to use her stroller as a wheelchair rather than having to park it . What sort of documentation do we need to do this?
- Asked by Amber on 9/4/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Amber!
I have a son with Cerebral Palsy and have been traveling with him to Disney since he was born. Although traveling with him always presents some challenges, I've found that Disney is an awesome... read more
Our family is starting to plan a trip to Disney World for early 2014. Our 7 year old son has autism, so finding the appropriate resort hotel is an important part of planning. What are your recommendations on where to stay?
- Asked by Jona on 7/20/2013
Hi Jona! It is great you are starting your planning early and considering your resort choice now to help alleviate possible problems once you arrive.
All of the Disney resorts are special in their own way but you might want to consider those that... read more