I read many of the Q&A on here & there are conflicting answers about the GAC. We don't have time to get a Dr's note, but I was wondering if they will honor one GAC for my brother for the whole trip. Also, can we get it at a resort or must it be at
- Asked by Kaylie from TX on 7/24/2011
Hi Kaylie! Guest Assistance Cards (GAC) are for guests with a wide variety of special needs, including "invisible conditions." You won't be asked to provide proof of diagnosis, but it's always wise to bring medical documentation to have handy in... read more
I have two Children ages 4 and 7 who have multiple medical conditions that make going to a theme park a little hard. What options for these type of children does the parks offer?
- Asked by april from NY on 1/14/2008
Without knowing specifically which limitations your children have it's difficult to offer personalized suggestions. What I can tell you though is that most of Disney's attractions are accessible to all guests, including those in... read more
I have a broken heel and hurt hip that just isn't healing quick enough for my 2/16-2/22 visit to Disney World so it looks like I may need a wheel chair. Do I need a doctor's note to rent one? And how do I go about renting one?
- Asked by Carol from NJ on 2/6/2008
First Carol, I'm so sorry about your injuries! ouch! I hope you are feeling better soon, I know how painful that can be.You will not need a doctor's note to rent a wheelchair. However, you may need to arrive in the park early to... read more
Hi. I'm 4-5 months pregnant and on my first trip to Disney World! What would you suggest re: rides and other tips? Is there a pregnant-mom-friendly Disney map, so I know which rides to visit?
- Asked by Etka from NJ on 8/11/2008
Well first and foremost, congratulations!
There is not a pregnant specific map, but I don't think you'll find one necessary. I was concerned about this myself, as my very first visit to Disney was actually while I was pregnant. Fortunately my... read more
does disney rent motorized scooters or wheel cars. we have a disabled abult that cannot walk
very far and this his first time and we want it to be pleasant for him.
- Asked by delores from NY on 3/1/2008
Hi Delores,I will post what Disney reports on their website as of February "2008" as to not get any information incorrect for you and include the current pricing:
For your convenience, limited rentals are available for... read more