Hi! My husband is currently awaiting a kidney transplant and has to do several peritoneal dialysis exchanges throughout the day. Are the first aid stations at WDW equipped with IV poles or do we need to bring our own? Thanks in advance!!!!
- Asked by Peyton from GA on 1/25/2014
Hello Peyton! How great you are able to visit Walt Disney World with your husband. My uncle spent a few years on peritoneal dialysis before he received a transplant, and he visited Walt Disney World during that time. You absolutely... read more
I know you are not able to take things that don't have a cord on the Wild Africa Trek. I was wondering about medications, such as an asthma inhaler? Would this be allowed? TIA
- Asked by Theresa on 9/1/2013
You are in for the experience of a lifetime on the Wild Africa Trek. Having just returned from the Trek, I can tell you that you certainly can bring necessary medications with you. Once you check-in for your... read more
Hi again Moms, you guys are AWESOME!!! We're leaving in 3 days!!! I'm wondering if I can write on the magic band with a sharpie. I want to write my cell number.
- Asked by Jordana from NJ on 1/8/2014
Hi Jordana ~
Thanks so much for your kind words! Its our pleasure to assist you so keep the questions coming.
You can write on your MagicBand with a Sharpie. I would just make sure that I wrote it on the thinner band part and avoid... read more
My wife is in a wheelchair and we appreciate the accessibility allowed to disabled guests. I have recently heard that Disney is changing the rules. Can you tell me how?
- Asked by Gareth from ON on 9/29/2013
The Guest Assistance Card that you are familiar with will be replaced
with the new Disability Access Service Card on October 9th. This new
system will still accommodate Guests who are unable to wait in a
conventional queue due... read more
My husband was in a serious car accident that has left him with back and knee pain. I am concern about him standing for long periods of time while we are at the parks. Is there anything can be done to help him avoid standing in long lines?
- Asked by Jessica on 8/17/2013
Not to worry!
We've traveled to Walt Disney World on several occasions with family members who have had back, knee and other surgeries which require them to avoid standing for long periods of time. Simply ask your husband's doctor... read more