10 Tips For Planning a Magical Disney Holiday With a Special Needs Child
If you're a family with special needs children, planning a trip to Disney can be a little scary. While there are parks, transportation, and long lines to consider, the most magical place on earth is actually extremely accommodating when it comes to making your trip as seamless as possible.
My son has a rare kidney disease that makes it impossible for him to wait in lines due to frequent bathroom trips. And by using Disney's disability pass, we've never had to wait in line for more than 10 minutes. The Disability Access Service Card is available to any family that needs one, including nonapparent disabilities. Just stop by Guest Relations, which is usually located right inside the entrance at every park, at the start of your next trip. For 10 more tips for visiting Disney with a child with disabilities, keep reading.