Hi, I'm going to be traveling to Disney with my family in July/August. My sister has special needs and is in a wheelchair. But my main concern is that she is doubly incontinent, and will need changing regularly. Are there special places available for this?
- Asked by abigail from lancs on 6/18/2011
Disney is great with special needs guests so not to worry. There are First Aid Stations in every park that can provide a place to change her.
Be sure to pick up a Guest Assistance Card (GAC) for... read more
Is there anything that they offer for any special needs child with autism?
- Asked by Jessica from TX on 1/1/2011
Hi Jessica! I'll be happy to assist you with this question. Walt Disney World is a magical place for many people, including children with autism and their families. You may obtain a Guest Assistance Card (GAC) from Guest Relations at any... read more
I have Crohn's Disease and frequently need a restroom ASAP. Are there any special accommodations I can get? Sometime waiting in a line can just be too long. I plan on using FP when available.
- Asked by Debbe from OH on 8/11/2008
It does sound like you would benefit from having the Guest Assistance Pass. If you follow these simple instructions from 2 similar answers HERE and HERE, then you will be on your way to a stress free and worry free vacation to Walt... read more
My son has special needs. He has PDD. He won't stay still in the attraction lines for very long. What does Disney World have in place for kids with PDD & AUTISM in place?
- Asked by Reid from FL on 2/5/2008
Great question Reid! Like every other detail I can imagine, Disney has thought of this as well, and you will still be able to enjoy a great vacation.When you arrive at the first park you visit, go to Guest Relations. They can provide you... read more
My husband recently had a knee replacement and still uses a cane. Will he have to stand in line or somehow is he given a little rellief? He is ready to back out of our trip if it means a lot of standing. Sorry for all the questions I have sent.
- Asked by Carol from IL on 6/30/2011
Nobody should have to back out of a trip to Walt Disney World. I just had hip surgery in February and visited WDW for April vacation and have a few suggestions for you. First, there is the option to rent a wheelchair or ECV (electric... read more