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  • On Sep 30, 2016
    Christine from CA Asked

    Hi Emily, I have a special needs child with a vent, trach, oxygen, gtube,and autism. We go to disneyland about once a year. Every time we go, the disability accommodations change. We spend half the day trying to figure it out. Halloween party help?

    Hello Christine!

    Thank you for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel! I hope you are having a magical week.

    The Disability Access Service for Disneyland Resort is such a great resource. My son uses it for his autism and other disabilities and it helps tremendously. I would advise you to go to City Hall inside Disneyland Park upon your arrival. The Cast Members there will be able to better assess your specific needs. When I was there just a couple of months ago, the Disability Access Service hadn’t changed from our previous visit. We were given a card to keep track of our return times but everything is now done digitally with your Disneyland Resort Theme Park Tickets, so you no longer need to show the card to access the ride. You simply go to the designated area at your return time for the attraction and a Cast Member will scan your park tickets.

    I hope this helps and please let me know if you need anything else as you plan your visit!

    See you real soon!
    -Emily
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Meet the Panelist: Emily, Colorado

I’m a wife and mom to three boys, ages 15, 10 and 6. My youngest is autistic so I love helping other special needs families plan Disney vacations and show them that they, too, can have a magical time together. In addition to being a total Disney fanatic, I am also a blogger who enjoys fashion, shopping and knitting. Learn More About Emily

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