Can I take my autistic 10 year old son to Disneyland?
- Asked by Gabriela from CA on 4/9/2008
Hi Gabriela -The focus of our Panel here is Disney World in Florida, not Disneyland in California, but the answer to your question is yes, all the Disney resorts are exceptionally accommodating to special needs guests. As a start, I can point you to... read more
You all are great! ? I have to rent an EVC in one park and then hop to another park the same day will I have to pay again to rent the EVC. I know with strollers you don't!! Just was not sure with the EVC's! tks for all your help
- Asked by denise from NY on 9/21/2011
Yes, ECV rental and park hopping works the same as it does for stroller rental. Just make sure you keep your receipt to show at the next park.
Have a magical vacation!
Amanda read more
We will be making a trip to Disney next week and I just found out that I am pregnant! I'll be about 6-7 weeks during the trip. Do you have any tips for pregnant moms, especially in their first trimester?
- Asked by Gretchen from CA on 12/7/2009
Hey Gretchen - how exciting and congratulations! First of all, take it easy. I have gone to WDW pregnant as well and simply took it easy. Walking of course is great for you, but when you are tired, go watch a show and rest. If an attraction... read more
My daughter has arthritis and my son as aspergers with heart issues. Do I need to get a GAC for both of them? What can a GAC help us with?
- Asked by Staci from KS on 5/15/2011
You'll be happy to know that Disney is an amazing place for Guests with special needs.
A Guest Assistance Card (GAC) assists guests with a wide variety of special needs that may otherwise prevent them from being able to enjoy... read more
We plan on taking our 5 year old daughter who has Autism to Disney this summer or this winter. Any suggestions on anything Disney may offer to make our visit as pleasant as possible?
- Asked by Kimberly from FL on 6/11/2011
Disney is a wonderful place to visit for children with special needs. If your daughter doesn't tolerate heat very well, you may want to wait until winter to visit.
If your daughter becomes easily upset, you should request... read more