My mum has a heart condition and also has gout. To add to this, she fell over a few weeks ago and hurt her ankle and knee. We will hire a wheelchair at the parks, but are we able to pay to park closer to the entrance so she hasn't too far to walk?
- Asked by Lynne from England on 10/6/2013
Thank you for sending me a question, Lynne, and I'll do my best to provide you helpful answers. I'm so sorry to hear of your mother's recent ailments. It sounds like a trip to the Most Magical Place on Earth is certainly in order. To my knowledge,... read more
Coming in Aug. 2013. staying at Port Orleans Riverside. My husband recently has become Qxygen dependent. Is there a way to arrange for delivery of a tank from an outside provider to the hotel room for him to use while we are there?
- Asked by sue on 6/2/2013
Hello, Sue! Welcome to the Moms a panel!
I am very excited to hear about your upcoming Walt Disney World visit this coming August! I know you and your loved ones are going to have such a MAGICAL experience that you you will remember... read more
I know there were changes to the guest assis pass, I just started treatments for breast cancer and am wondering if there are any accommodations still available? I'm traveling Nov 5-10 with my family of 11, I'm worried about the heat for extended times.Thx
- Asked by Karen from NJ on 10/25/2013
Hi, Karen! There are still accommodations that can be made, using the new Disability Access Services card. This card allows guests with special accommodation needs to enjoy the theme parks without waiting in long, hot lines.
The way... read more
Recently my 14 year old had surgery for severe scoliosis and can not walk or stand for long periods of time which would be the benefit of Guest Assistance Card.
Thanks for the help!
- Asked by Arlene from Juana Diaz on 8/9/2013
I am sorry to hear about your teen's recent surgery. It sounds like you all could use a little of that Disney magic. Here is my suggestion... Upon entering any of the four major theme parks within the Walt Disney... read more
I plan on surprising my Mom & taking her on a trip to Disney. My Mom is diabetic & has to take insulin shots a few times a day. Will there be a problem taking syringes into the parks? Can we take a cooler to keep her insulin cool?
- Asked by Stephanie from OH on 9/18/2013
How exciting that you're planning to surprise your mom with a trip to Walt Disney World!
Personal size, soft-sided coolers, required for safe medication storage and administration, are certainly allowed to accompany your mother... read more