• On Jan 14, 2017
    Lisa from PA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    In Disneyland the companion restroom in first aid has a cot right inside, this was not our experience in the magic kingdom. Do any of the other disney world parks first aid bathrooms' have a cot?It was great in Disneyland

    Greetings, and welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Lisa, we thank you for this excellent question!

    In efforts to accommodate and afford all Guests a comfortable, enjoyable and convenient visit, Walt Disney World Resort’s Services for Guests with Disabilities may be of benefit to you.

    My personal experience having travelled extensively and frequently to Walt Disney World Resort with my Autistic son, the Restrooms at Disney Resort hotels and Theme Parks offer facilities designed for access by Guests with mobility disabilities and concerns. There are also ‘Companion-Assisted Restrooms’ at various Theme Park locations, which offer a much larger room designed keeping special needs Guests in mind. I have never seen a cot in such ‘Companion-Assisted Restrooms’.

    First Aid facilities are offered at all Walt Disney World Resort Theme and Water Parks as well as Disney Springs™ Welcome Center.  You will find that the Theme and Water Park First Aid have nurses available to assist you with such remedies as over-the-counter medications and bandages. Restrooms at First Aid facilities do not offer cots, rather, there are private rest areas offering cots nearby.
     
    We find the benefits of being a Disney Resort hotel Guest extremely useful during our visits allowing us greater ease and accessibility for touring the Theme Parks.

    Best Disney Wishes!

    Jacqueline
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Meet the Panelist: Jacqueline, Ontario

Hello, from Ontario, Canada! I am a former band and visual arts teacher who is retired and home full-time always planning my next Disney Destination vacation. I would be honored to help you plan your Walt Disney World Resort vacation, with a few personal first-hand tips for sailing with Disney, walking in Walt's footsteps at Disneyland Resort and travelling with a special needs family member. Learn More About Jacqueline

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