Mom And Son Safari
  • On Jul 1, 2012
    Ceason from PA Asked

    hi, i read online that the magic kingdom has a "sensory room" by the first aid station? it was described as a "quiet room with soft lighting where people with sensory issues could take a break" i have an autistic child

    Hi there Ceason. I'm the mom of a little girl with sensory processing issues and so, I completely understand the need to research the "take a break" options for your child prior to leaving home on your Disney vacation.

    I placed a call to Disney directly to obtain information for your question. I was informed that there is a quiet, dimly lit room with rocking chairs available for breast feeding moms that is sometimes utilized by parents to help a fussy child calm down when not currently occupied. It is adjacent to the First Aid Station and is available on a first come, first serve basis. The Magic Kingdom First Aid Station and Baby Care Center are both located next to the Crystal Palace restaurant on Main Street, U.S.A.

    Be sure to check out the unofficial website www.mouse-aid.org for parent-tested tips on traveling to Walt Disney World with an autistic child.

    Thanks so much for visiting us here at the Disney Moms Panel! Please feel free to send more questions my way in the days leading up to your trip!
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Meet the Panelist: Kim, North Carolina

I am a wife and mom of 2. I have some unique Disney planning experiences related to special diets, touring with a preschooler and teenager at the same time, and meeting mobility needs. I look forward to helping you plan the vacation of your life! Learn More About Kim

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