• On Aug 6, 2016
    Angela from england Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Do Disney do a service to help children and families with autism?

    Greetings, Angela, and welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    I'm so pleased to hear you're planning a visit to Walt Disney World Resort where you'll find a plethora of Services for Guests with Disabilities to ensure a happiest and inclusive experience for your loved one. It contains helpful planning advice and services where I find the greatest aids for my Autistic son during our visits including:

    - Disney's Disability Access Service (DAS) assisting Guests who are unable to wait in a conventional attraction queue which can be utilized in conjunction with the FastPass+ Planning service
    - the Resource for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities from which the 'Sample Itinerary' planning on page 9 is exemplary
    - Disney's Rider Switch Service designed for any Guest who cannot or is unable to ride an attraction

    Please customize your vacation through My Disney Experience for your dining reservations, FastPass+ Planning and personalizing MagicBands to ensure an optimal visit and also manage your vacation during your visit through My Disney Experience mobile app which resembles a sort of 'Visual Schedule' and assists with our day.

    Best Disney Wishes, Angela!

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Meet the Panelist: Jacqueline, Ontario

Hello there, I'm Jacqueline from Ontario! I am passionate about Walt Disney World Resort. Each of our Disney Parks vacations have been unique and memorable, bonding our family in ways like no other vacation. Disney vacations quickly became an annual tradition, and we always look forward to our next Disney Parks and Disney Cruise Line vacation! I would be so happy and honored to help you plan your magical Walt Disney World Resort vacation.

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