• On Aug 5, 2016
    Emma from West Midlands Asked

    Hi, I am really excited to have booked to bring my son to Disney for the first time next summer. He has Aspergers and struggles with queues in confined/dark spaces. Is there any support for this as I don't want to spoil his experience. Thanks

    Hi Emma!

    Thanks for your question. I, too, have a special needs son and he would rather be at Walt Disney World more than any other place on earth! One reason for that is the special care and attention Disney gives and the way they meet the needs of every single Guest. It is amazing!

    When you first arrive at the Parks, stop by Guest Services and request a Disability Access Service Card. This will allow your son and his party to receive a return time for an Attraction of his choice based on current wait times. After visiting the first Attraction, you may then take him to a kiosk located in the Parks to request a return time for another Attraction. Because of the Disabilities Access Service Card, he will not have to wait in long lines that are difficult for him. It will make your time at Walt Disney World even more magical!

    I hope this helps. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do to help you plan your vacation.

    Have a wonderful day!

    -Nancy-
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Meet the Panelist: Nancy, Utah

Hi, I'm Nancy. I'm a mother to 8, grandmother to 9 and just about to celebrate 36 years of marriage to one amazing guy! There are few things that make me happier than spending time with my family and nowhere I would rather do that than at Walt Disney World. I'm so excited to help you with your questions about planning your own magical vacations and to share my ideas of how you can make your own special Disney memories that you will cherish forever and ever!  Learn More About Nancy

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