We will be driving to WDW in June. I don't want to leave my family's medications in the hot car while we're at the park (and waiting for our room to be ready at DAKL). Is there any airconditioned place we can stow the meds while we're enjoying the park?
- Asked by Julie on 5/28/2013
Hi, Julie! You have two options for medication. You can check bags at Animal Kingdom Lodge, and the medicine will wait in the air conditioned hotel while your room is being prepared. Or, you can take your meds with you, and when... read more
We are planning a trip from 08/28-09/07. My mom will be with us and is very heat sensitive. What time of day do you think she shouild plan for inside activities to avoid the extreme heat? Could you send some suggestions for things to do out of the heat?
- Asked by Kim on 2/4/2013
The heat and humidity can be quite brutal in Florida. I would absolutely suggest that you hit the parks early, enjoy a nice, long lunch, and then head to your resort for pool time, or Disney Quest, or Splitsville. You could... read more
We are traveling down to Disney World in October with my mother-in-law who has a hard time standing and walking for long periods of time. We plan on renting her a scooter for the day, but are wondering if there is anything we can do about long lines? Help!
- Asked by Courtney on 8/19/2013
Hello there Courtney!
I have taken a few trips to Walt Disney World with my father and he has required a wheelchair each time. Traveling around the parks is not quite as problematic as you would think, especially since your mother-in-law will be... read more
Should my husband bring medical documentation of his generalized anxiety disorder for guest services if we wish to receive a guests with disabilities pass for rides?
- Asked by Ashley from NC on 12/26/2013
Disney Parks has a long-standing reputation for taking care of every one of its guests, most especially those with special needs. I've witnessed first-hand the extra-special care some of my students and family... read more
We are coming to WDW in March 2014. Since GAC is being replaced with DAS, will GAC be available for families with children with autism or intellectual disabilities who cannot tolerate the "come back in two hours" type of policy?
- Asked by Heather on 9/20/2013
Unfortunately, official information on Guest Assistance Cards, and any replacement procedures and policies, has not yet been announced. I don't have any information about possible changes. I'm sorry!
I hope we hear some news soon!