You know your child better than anyone, and you know how to plan for their safety and comfort during a trip to Disney World. However, there may be some things you don’t know to consider, or some simple tips you don’t know about.
There are numerous devices available at Walt Disney World for those with hearing impairments. One is the Assistive Listening Device, which helps you hear the magic going on around you.
Taking the grandkids to the Orlando theme parks is a great way to build lifelong memories, but for seniors with mobility issues it can be a challenge. Too often we see grandparents assuming they’ll have to wait on the sidelines while the little ones have the adventure of a lifetime.
On a typical day in Universal Studios and SeaWorld, you will walk twelve to fifteen miles. Many people consider using a wheelchair to help them when visiting these mega parks. If you are considering it, here is my advice based on experience! Before You Even Enter Whether you park in the garage or take a […]
Beginning on October 9, 2013, Disney announced the previous Guest Assistance Card (GAC) will be replaced with a new program titled “Disability Assistance System” or DAS. For any family that has used the GAC in the past, they are familiar with the abuses within the system. In May, those abuses were featured in an expose […]
Most of us have seen the headline stories recently where people are outraged that the current Guest Assistance Cards are being abused as some “guides” are selling their services to those who do not want to wait in the regular lines. These cards were intended to help those with disabilities with shorter wait times as […]
If you’re planning to visit Orlando this fall, it’s a good idea to make your plans early, especially if you want to take the kids to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. This after-hours event at the Magic Kingdom requires a special ticket, and quantities are limited so it often sells out. This year, the […]