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  • On Mar 11, 2017
    Marisonia from ID Asked

    I have a kiddo in the spectrum what benefits can you offer him and our family

    Greetings Marisonia!

    The Disneyland Resort is a magical place for all children.
    There are a number of services and strategies available to give guests with disabilities, including those with Autism Spectrum Disorder an unforgettable experience at the Happiest Place on Earth.
    A good place to read about these services is in a handy booklet available on the Disneyland Website, www.Disneyland.com, that highlights many different helpful tips to prepare for your trip and enjoy your visit to the fullest.
    You can learn about everything that's available from stroller rentals to companion restrooms and quiet break areas. There are also handy materials with Frequently Asked Questions for parents to read before their trip.
    One of my favorite features is the Rider Switch program, which allows adult guests to take turns waiting with youngsters or guests unable to ride.
    I hope this helps.
    Thanks for submitting your question to the Disney Parks Moms Panel!
    Have a Magical time!
    -Anabel M.
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Meet the Panelist: Anabel, California

I'm a bilingual, Disney-loving happy wife & proud mommy of Benny & Toby (Woody & Buzz). I've always loved Disneyland. Each trip to this magical place makes me "curiouser and curiouser." I'm proud to serve as a Disney Parks Moms Panelist and look forward to helping with your Disneyland Resort questions. My best advice? Buy the mouse ears, eat the churro, sing out loud and forget about your worries and your strife while at the “happiest place on Earth” Learn More About Anabel

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