Mom And Son On Run
  • On Mar 14, 2011
    Anne marie 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.

    My husband & I are taking our son & daughter to Disney World in August. Our son has an eye deficit & needs to be up close to see any shows. Can I get a special pass to help us get up front so he can enjoy the shows? What do I need to bring f

    Hi Anne Marie,

    You can absolutely be able to get your son up front to enjoy the shows. When you visit your first major park, head to guest services. Here the cast member will help you with making sure your son has the best experience possible. This includes a Guest Assistance Card (GAC). The cast member will not require documentation but will ask you questions to customize your son's card.

    When you arrive at an attraction which your son will need to be seated up close, approach the cast member at the front of the queue. The cast member will then tell you what you need to do for that attraction.

    The GAC is good for your entire length of stay.

    I have also included a list of resouces available to you while staying at the Walt Disney World Resorts.

    Have a magical time!
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My name is Beth C. and I love Disney. Since I can remember Disney has been a part of my life including my first movie in the theater – "The Aristocats." Learn More About Beth

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