I have a special needs daughter who is currently 1 year old. i plan to take her when she's 2. My problem is her disability delays her milestones. Currently she is not sitting unassisted and I'm not sure if she will be when she's 2. Is it worth bringing her
- Asked by Brittney from LA on 11/7/2013
Hi Brittney ~
I have a son with Cerebral Palsy with both physical and cognitive disabilities. He was and still is very delayed in meeting his developmental milestones. I've been taking him to Disney since he was born over 11 years ago. He may not... read more
we are traveling in July party of 5 like every year to disneyworld in orlando florida. We was inform for our next visit, the pass with was getting for the wheel chair or handicapped person will not longer available. my friend cannot walk long distance
- Asked by Catherine from FL on 2/26/2014
Hello Catherine, I'm so happy to know that you will be returning once again to Walt Disney World Resort this coming July, you must love Disney almost as much as I do! Last year Walt Disney World made some modifications for Guests with... 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
2 people in my party will be riding on ECVs, but they need to ride and walk some for leg circulation. Depending on wait times, they can stand in line, so how are ECVs accommodated for rides if standing or riding? Where are they parked while on a ride?
- Asked by Renate from FL on 10/16/2013
Good thinking and great questions - its always good to keep the leg circulation going whenever possible.
Disney is a great place for Guests with limited mobility. If Guests traveling in ECVs prefer to stand in line, typically... read more
About the DAS card. I understand we will get Fastpass times, but what about attractions that don't utilize the FP system? Will we have to wait in a long line there? Have autistic DS. I am coming with a Dr note, diagnosis, and his school IEP paperwork.
- Asked by Jaynee from IN on 9/24/2013
Hi, Jaynee! The new DAS card does not give you a FastPass, so it's not linked at all to the FastPass system. The card works even if the attraction does not have FastPass.
What will happen with the DAS card is that you... read more