Hi- I just read that DL is getting rid of the GAC in early October. They will be introducing a new system. I.m wondering when this new system will be rolled out at WDW? We will arrive 10/19 and need to know what to expect for our son. Thanks.
- Asked by Sandi from CT on 9/17/2013
Yes, given the increasing volume of requests that Disney receives for special access to their attractions, they are changing the process so that it creates a more consistent experience for all Guests while... read more
My family of 9 will be visiting the parks the week of Nov 23rd. My grandson is autistic and we were wondering if there are any special things available to him and the family. Also, what documentation do you need from us as confirmation of his condition?
- Asked by Darlene from CA on 9/28/2013
Being the Mom of a son with special needs, I always try to plan ahead because I know from experience to expect anything. Disney World is a great place to visit for Guests with special needs including those with Cognitive Disabilities.... read more
We will be traveling to disney and are planning our visit strategy. We are looking for the new designated quiet zones map to include stops along the park for our children who are both autistic and one is extremely sensitive to loud noises .
- Asked by Greysi from FL on 11/2/2013
Hi Greysi! A little advance planning helps everyone enjoy their Walt Disney World vacations more, so you're smart to be thinking about these issues in advance. Parents of children with autism or sensitivities to loud noises will find lots of... read more
Hi! My mom, who will be traveling with us has MS and will be in a ride around for our trip. What is the process to see the Fantasmic show with a handicap guest? Can the family sit together? Are they seated at a different time or in a different section? Txs
- Asked by Elizabeth from MA on 11/15/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Elizabeth ~
Fantasmic! is an incredible performance and you're going to love it.
As you approach the Hollywood Hills Amphitheater, you will want to stay to the far right side. Once you reach the top,... read more
My husband and I are planning a trip to WDW this November. He uses an electric wheelchair and is worried about the battery running down. Can we plug in and recharge while we're eating or watching a show? We plan to visit Epcot, MK, AK, and HS. Thanks!
- Asked by Barbara on 8/31/2013
Hi, Barbara! There are places where you can charge your batteries throughout each of the theme parks. Some restaurants have locations where you can charge, and you may find some places inside an attraction while you're watching a show... read more