Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- You've been helpful, so another ? Using disability pass for autistic son. Thought about combining that with the special touring plans. What is your opinion of my plan? Any suggestions?
- - Asked by Jaynee from Indiana on 10/31/2013
I think you will find that as Disney tests out their new assistance program that they are going to try to be as accommodating as possible. If you have a special touring plan, I think you should try as best you can to stick to it. As with any plan, the occasional step may get missed here or there, but for the most part you should be able to have the two work together in fairly close concert.
But to that end, identify the items on your plan that are lower priority. Most people find that even with the touring plans they just have too much on their plate for one day. Know ahead of time what stops could be missed without spoiling your day. That way if you have to cut out a few steps, you still leave feeling like you hit the high points!
Have a magical vacation!
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