are they any special treatment for pregnant women, like special lines to go on rides, etc..
- Asked by Hugo from Distrito Nacional on 12/20/2010
The most important thing to do before heading to Disney World while pregnant is to talk to your healthcare provider and see what their recommendations are.
Once in the Parks you'll see warning signs posted on rides for people with... read more
Are there any doctors on the resorts or in the Walt Disney World parks that can be seen if needed. My son often gets ear infections and we never know when he will get one.
- Asked by Tamara from ON on 5/4/2010
Love that you are planning ahead - just in case. No one likes to see their children not feeling well especially on vacation in an unfamiliar area.
While there are no doctors on the resorts, there are several urgent care facilities... read more
what is needed or required to get a guest assistance pass or a disability pass
- Asked by Philip from PA on 11/14/2010
Guest Assistance cards can be obtained from the Guest Relations counter at each of the DIsney parks. They can be issued for the length of your stay and the Cast Member that assists you will be able to assign the card that best fits... read more
A member of our travel party to Disney will be 7 months pregnant during the trip. Are there special concessions for pregnant women, such as shorter wait times at rides ?
- Asked by Frank from LA on 12/21/2009
I have visited WDW while pregnant and thoroughly enjoyed many attractions and experiences in all four parks as well as other resort areas. However, there really aren't any allowances for pregnant guests. My recommendation would be for her to look at... read more
I have a child with type 1 diabetes. Does Disney make special accommodations for children with diabetes? For example, will I be able to bring in her snacks, etc., do they provide nutritional info for carb counting, things like that. Thanks!
- Asked by Jennifer from SC on 6/17/2011
You are welcome to bring food & beverages for your daughter into the parks. There are a couple of exceptions to this - no glass containers (except baby food jars) & no alcoholic beverages. You are also welcome to bring... read more