Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Mar 23, 2012
    Tracy from CT Asked

    Hello Just booked trip for october excited and nervous, I have twins with autism that don't wait in line very good. any suggestions?

    Hi Tracy,

    I am pleased to say that Disney is always very accommodating and understanding when it comes to those with special needs and the friendly cast members at guest relations will be happy to help ensure you and your little ones have a purely magical visit to Walt Disney World.

    You should consider requesting a Guest Assistance Card (GAC) which will be perfectly tailored to suit the needs of your children.  To obtain the GAC, simply visit guest relations at the front of any of the theme parks to discuss your twins' specific level of need and challenges you think you may face in the parks.  

    Fellow "Mom" Darcy answered a question in which she highlighted lots of information on the GAC program.  I hope you'll find the following link helpful:

    --Guest Assistance Information

    Here's wishing you a most magical Walt Disney World vacation that is Pixie Dusted in EVERY way!  Please write back if you have any additional questions!

    -Amanda F.
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Meet the Panelist: Amanda, California

Greetings from California! I am here to help make your visit to the Disney Parks as pixie-dusted as possible! As a regular to both Disneyland and Walt Disney World, I am ready to put my coast-to-coast Disney Parks knowledge to work for YOU! Learn More About Amanda

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