We are going to WDW in August. Not exactly great timing since the 3 of us have asthma. My DD is 7 and has not had to use her nebulizer in a long time but I am worried about the Florida weather. If we get a GAC what will that do for us?
- Asked by Rebecca on 5/23/2013
A Guest Assistance Card, which can be obtained at Guest Services at any park, will hopefully make the wait times for attractions more comfortable for your family. While your wait may not necessarily be shorter, guests with... read more
We are visiting with our 10 year old who has type 1 diabetes and is registered disabled and I've been told he is entitled to fast track the queues - is that true, and if so how do I sort this out?
- Asked by Tracy on 9/2/2013
Guests with special needs are able to acquire a Guest Assistance Card (GAC) which allows for easier access to many attractions. Wheelchair friendly boarding, reserved seating, and separate queues are some of the ways Walt Disney World... read more
How will the program work that is replacing the Guest Assistance Card? We are planning a trip to Disney World with our son who has Aspergers. As much information as possible would go a long way in our getting him prepared for what to expect.
- Asked by Jona from WY on 9/24/2013
This is a great question!
There are so many reasons for being well-prepared when traveling to Walt Disney World, but groups with Guests with special needs have even more reason to want to know what to expect prior to arrival; we need... read more
In June my family is comming to WDW. My 16 year old son is allergic to Bees, Wasps, and Hornets. He carries an epi-pen on him, but my question is are there a lot of these insects? Where is the nearest hopsital if we need one? Are there 1st aid stations?
- Asked by Alisha from MI on 1/2/2012
Hi Alisha. As a frequent Walt Disney World vacationer, I can tell you that insects are truly a rare sighting. It makes me wonder if pixie-dust is, in fact, an insect repellent. Obviously, being Florida, there are going to be bugs, especially during... read more
We are coming to Cindrellas castle for breakfast in March, it says they open at 8:05 which is before the park opens. Can I rent a wheelchair at that time or do I have to walk to the castle for breakfast and then walk to the wheelchair rentals after I eat?
- Asked by Amy from NC on 6/24/2012
There are two locations at the Magic Kingdom that rent wheelchairs at the Magic Kingdom. The first is at Mickey's Gift Station at the Transportation and Ticket Center to the right of the ticket booths. The second is just... read more