My mother is traveling with us. She has limited mobility and a handicapped parking permit. On day one we have dinner reservation at Boma. Where can we park to do theme park and dinner at resort the easiest so she has to walk the least ? We stay off site
- Asked by Erin from PA on 1/13/2014
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Erin ~
Thanks so much for coming to us with your question!
Valet Parking is complimentary for Guests with a valid handicapped permit staying or dining at a deluxe resort. On the evening you dine at Boma,... read more
We will be traveling late Sept. with Nana who is in a wheelchair. Epcot and AK are so spread out, I am afraid we will tire of pushing her & should rent an ECV. Will the rental area at the parks store her chair for us? How is availability of EVC in S
- Asked by CYNTHIA from OK on 2/17/2014
Hi Cynthia! Thank for sending your questions to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! This is a great question and I am so glad that you are planning ahead of time! An ECV would probably be the best option for your Nana. ECV availability in the parks can... read more
My Mom is legally blind and has mobility issues. She will have a portable walker when we come to WDW. What do we do with the walker when we are on attractions and at shows? I would be concerned about leaving it in public areas. Thank you for your help.
- Asked by Tami from KY on 10/3/2013
What a great daughter you are for planning ahead and making your Mom's trip easier. I always feel the more I plan ahead, the more time I'll have to relax and enjoy the parks.
Disney does a great job of providing services for Guests... read more
Hello. We would like to plan a Disney vacation with our three children, our youngest has autism. He is 2 years old. Is there anything Disney does special for autistic children. He has trouble waiting in lines as it is? Thank you.
- Asked by Rebecca from NJ on 2/10/2014
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Rebecca ~ Planning a trip to Disney is always super exciting but I know from having a child with several types of special needs, that you have more things to consider during your planning. Disney is... read more
Hi Panel ,
We'll be at DWD Christmas week 2014 we are traveling with my Grandmother 80 yrs young & my mother 60 yrs young both are disable and can't walk/stand very long is there any kind of assistance they really want to participate on rides/attract
- Asked by DonUlecia from MI on 2/11/2014
Hi DonUlecia ~ Christmas is a wonderful time to visit Disney World! The parks are just beautiful. I have a son with disabilities and know Disney assists Guests with many different types of disabilities. The Disability Service Access Card (DAS)... read more