When you have a special needs child you get tons of special benefits – but you must do some special planning, too. Every aspect of your trip to Disney World must be carefully considered, including the drive there and back. Check out this exhaustive list of 70+ Tips and Tricks for Special Needs Road Trips […]
With so many theme parks in the Orlando area it can be difficult for guests with special needs to remember which park has which restrictions and special access passes. The majority of attractions and rides at Florida’s Legoland are handicapped accessible, and Hero Passes can help you avoid waiting in lines. Let’s take a deeper […]
There’s so much to do and see in SeaWorld Orlando and Universal, but those with special needs can worry that they simply won’t be able to do it all. The good news is that SeaWorld and Universal both do a great job of making sure as many people as possible can get in on the […]
Taking your special needs kid to Disney World is truly an experience you don’t want to miss. Though there are likely to be challenges, these 4 tips will help you prep them for the big trip. Take a look, make a plan, and allow yourself to have the most magical time possible! 1. Have a […]
Disney World is well known for taking care to make their parks comfortable for those with special needs. However, many guests visit without knowing just how many unique features are available to them. Take a look at some of the key things to know if you’re traveling to Disney World with a blind friend or […]
There are steps every parent needs to take to keep their children safe in the wonderful world of Disney World, but for the parent of an autistic child these challenges can be even greater. Check out these unique and innovative products that can help give you the peace of mind that you’re protecting your child […]
One of the biggest challenges when traveling with an autistic child to Disney World is finding quiet places to take a break and decompress. While the best advice is to travel during lower crowd times, regardless of the time of year you’re visiting you can find quiet areas to get away. Let’s take a look […]
All of the Orlando theme parks do their best to accommodate dietary restrictions but those with severe allergies or unique needs can’t always be accommodated.
First and foremost, make sure you’re taking care to keep the kids safe. This includes having ID cards and / or a copy of their birth certificate, some type of bracelet, sticker, or temporary tattoo that has their name, your name, their diagnosis, and phone number, and seat belt restraints if you’re flying.
f you have special needs that aren’t addressed in this article, you have a few options. Call ahead to find out how your unique needs can be accommodated, or stop by Guest Relations when you get to the parks.