Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Oct 28, 2014
    Niki from Hampshire Asked

    My daughter has borderline personaity disorder and gets very jittery when people get to close to her is there any easy way to get around the parks and avoiding long lines for the rides

    Hi Niki,

    My first visit to Walt Disney World was on my honeymoon and it was one of the most Magical experiences of my life, despite the fact that I sprained my ankle on the first night and had to use a wheelchair for the remainder of my visit. What could have been a disappointing trip turned into a very special one because of Walt Disney World's world class accessibility and the kind and caring Cast Members. Rest assured that your vacation with your daughter is going to be filled with MAGIC and memories to last a lifetime. Now let's do some planning!

    First, you should know about the Disability Access Service Card (DAS). Follow the previous link to learn all about this wonderful service provided for Guests with disabilities. The first time you enter a theme park you should allow a little extra time to stop by Guest Relations at the main entrance to discuss your situation and request a DAS card.

    Next you should read this downloadable Guide for Guests With Cognitive Disabilities. In it you will find planning resources such as answers to frequently asked questions, transportation advice, Rider Switch service information, detailed attraction descriptions and much more.

    Finally, when in doubt ask a Cast Member. These folks will gladly offer suggestions, answer questions, and try to help you in any way they can.

    Thank you for your question Niki and please let us know if you have any further questions, we are always happy to help!

    Blessings,
    Brenda ºOº
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Meet the Panelist: Brenda, Missouri

I fell in love with Walt Disney World on my very first visit, which took place during my honeymoon. Since then we have added 4 "mouseketeers" to our family and have come to appreciate what a great value a Walt Disney World vacation can be on a budget. As a Physical Therapist and a mom of a large family, I would love to help you plan your next magical trip! Learn More About Brenda

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