As the author of Walt Disney World with Disabilities, I can answer most questions related to the parks and resorts at Walt Disney World. I can share in-depth information related to managing at Disney with health conditions, special needs, disabilities and handicaps.
I am the author of the guide book called Walt Disney World with Disabilities.
Our book is available through many websites such as Amazon.com, Barnes & Nobel, etc. It's also available around the world through many international sites.
I have over 20 years of experience as a frequent visitor to Disney. My wife and I have learned to thrive there while dealing with health conditions. I also did extensive research into how to manage well at Disney with a wide variety of health conditions that we don't personally deal with.
Hi Becky, I'm told that they're at least 36 inches. The person I consulted wrote this: "My daughter's wheelchair is 48 inches long from the top of her toes to the back of her backpack. It is manual
Hi Linda, First I must say that I'm not a part of the Disney company, or Walt Disney World. I'm a guide book writer and author of Walt Disney World with Disabilities. Disney World does not give
Hi Bill, Our experience totally goes against this. We have rarely experienced much of a wait if any for a bathroom. During peak crowd times there may be some wait for a small number of restrooms, but
Hi Christine, Motion sickness is an odd thing. A ride that bothers some people may be fine for others. It's hard to tell, but I'd suggest you stay away from any of the simulation rides such as Mission
Hi Charlie, All of the resorts have handicapped rooms. They're scattered around each resort. You'll want to tell the Disney reservation agent about your specific needs and they'll help you. Let
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