Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Apr 13, 2012
    Rachel Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    We will be bringng our 1 year old son to WDW in May. He uses a feeding pump to eat (via g-tube). While feeding we need to keep in his stroller. Is there a way we can keep in his stroller during shows? Stroller as wheelchair?

    Hi Rachel! Walt Disney World does an amazing job at accommodating all guests with their specific needs. I would suggest that you visit Guest Relations on your first day at the parks to obtain a Guest Assistance Card (GAC.) Bring a note from the doctor and explain your son's specific needs. When you arrive at be show or attraction, they will let you in a special entrance and allow your son to remain in his stroller for the show. They will also ensure that your entire family has seating to accommodate his needs. I have heard so many positive experiences from WDW guests who have said that Disney went the extra mile in ensuring their child's needs were met. I suggest visiting Circle of Moms and Disboards to talk with other moms who have gone through this and may have tips for you. Know that you are not alone and we are all here to help make sure that you and your amazing son have the most magical vacation that you all deserve. Please let me know if I can help you with anything else. Magically, Stacy
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Meet the Panelist: Stacy, South Carolina

Mother, wife, runner and Disney World fanatic! I'm passionate about Disney, running, fitness and fun! We have visited Disney World every year since our kids were toddlers. I love helping families plan their vacation at the most magical place on earth. Learn More About Stacy

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