this may sound strange..Single parent with a 2yo. Is there anyone whose had to deal with motion sickness. Realized mine has gotten worse w/ age and must ride the rides with my son & tk pics. Any suggestions to avoid the migraine i am bound to receive
- Asked by shira from OH on 6/9/2011
I totally feel your pain!!! After experiencing hyperemesis with all three of my pregnancies, I find that I am more sensitive to motion than before. I cried for 30 minutes after riding Mission Space -... read more
My husband has rheumatoid arthritis and takes weekly enbrel shots. His hands, ankle, and knee joints will swell after being active for too long. He does have a handicap parking pass and card. Do you know offhand if this will grant him an assistance pass?
- Asked by jennifer from NJ on 7/17/2011
You do not need any type of medical proof to get a Guest Assistance Card, it is available for all Guests who have special needs. That said, I would present his card while you are there. All you need to do is go to Guest... read more
My military (retired) family of 4 (children 7 & 9) will be driving to Orlando 11 Feb - 15 Feb. My special needs daughter doesn’t like to walk a lot & sometimes is sensitive to noise. I’m looking to make our trip more enjoyable
- Asked by Felicia on 11/18/2012
First of all, I want to say thank you to your whole family for the way you ALL served our country. We are forever grateful for your sacrifice!!!
Secondly, I am so excited to tell you that Walt Disney World does a MAGICAL... read more
My husband and I are getting ready to plan our Disney vacation. For the time frame we're looking at, I'll be between 20-30 weeks pregnant with our first. Does anyone have any good advice for being pregnant at Disney?
- Asked by Catherine from NC on 2/16/2009
Hello Catherine! Congratulations on your pregnancy! As a mom who visited Disney while seven months pregnant, I can assure you that there will be tons for you to do.
My first piece of advice is to just take things easy, and don't push yourself... read more
I am visting WDW in Sept. I have MS and take an injectable medicine, It needs to be in the fridge. I am staying at the Pop Century is there anyway to get a fridge in our room to keep my medicine in.
- Asked by Jennifer from CA on 2/11/2008
Absolutely!Pop Century rooms do not include refrigerators and are available at an extra fee (except when needed for medication).Since you will need to use the fridge for medical purposes, a complimentary fridge will be brought to your room. I would... read more