• On Aug 9, 2019
    Sara from NY 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 mom lives in FL but is disabled and is in a wheelchair. She cannot walk or come to the park, would I be able to use her ID for a 1 day Magic Kingdom pass for me and my 3 year old daughter. I just want to go for the day.

    Hello there, Sara! Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by and allowing us to help you plan your trip to Walt Disney World Resort! 

    Florida Resident Park Tickets are a great way for residents of the Sunshine State to receive entry into the parks at a discounted rate. Florida Resident Park Tickets may be purchased online or in-person and must be activated to be used. To do this, the Florida Resident must be present and show a valid Proof of Florida Residency at any of the four theme park ticket windows or Guest Relations locations. However, once your tickets are activated, you would be able to visit the parks without your mother.

    That being said, if your mother does choose to visit the parks with you, there are many great services for Guests with disabilities at Walt Disney World Resort! As someone that must also use a wheelchair when visiting the parks, I have always been pleased by the level of service and care Cast Members have given me and my family during my own vacations! There is even a list of accessible attractions your mother could experience without needing to transfer from her wheelchair

    I hope you and your family have a magical vacation at Walt Disney World Resort! Please let us know if we can answer any other questions for you!

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Meet the Panelist: Wyatt, Colorado

Hello! I'm Wyatt and I'm so very excited to provide you with all the best tips and tricks for getting the very most out of your Disney World vacations! I'm married to a fellow Disney enthusiast and, while we don't have any human children yet, we are delighted to be pet parents. Professionally, I work in private practice as a mental health counselor. I'm also knowledgable regarding disability services and accessibility at Disney World due to my own history of chronic illness.  Learn More About Wyatt

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