Mom And Son On Run
  • On Aug 31, 2008
    Dawn from IL Asked

    Do you know if Disney has a service that creates identification cards for children to wear in case they get lost? Thanks so much!! I love this panel!!

    Hi Dawn,

    WDW does not provide a service for creating identification cards.  I know that many local police stations do.  You should check with your local police department to see if they can make one for you before your trip.

    You can also print out a recent photo of your child with his or her name printed on the back along with your name and information.  It is pretty inexpensive to get something like that lamented at a local office supply store.  You can also remember to take a digital picture or cell phone picture of your child before leaving your room in the morning.  In case your child go missing, you can refer to the picture to quickly remember what s/he was wearing. 

    I recently heard of a mom who writes her cell phone number on her son's shoulder with permanent marker.  He is instructed to tell an adult (castmember, police officer, store worker, etc) if he should become lost.  He can then pull up his sleeve and show his mom's cell number.
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