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  • On May 9, 2022
    Jessica from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My son has autism and is colostofobic and I have a stroller wagon the wonderfold is it okay to take it on my trip

    Greetings and welcome to planDisney Jessica!

    I am so glad you stopped by to ask us your question because as a fellow mom of an autistic boy, I feel I can relate well, especially since my son is also claustrophobic. Jessica, I was shocked when my son first saw the Disneyland Resort strollers for rent, he jumped right in and absolutely loved the openness of the design, especially with the retractable hood which he would not stop playing with, and we thankfully had absolutely no issues. I must admit, he also had the Play Disney Parks App on his tablet, along with his favorite Disney movies which was a huge bonus. The Disneyland Resort Stroller Rules do not allow wagons, stroller wagons, or strollers measuring larger than 31" (79 cm) x 52" (132 cm) - I am sorry if this is disappointing, but you also have the option of a Disneyland Resort Featured Provider where you may be able to select a stroller that you feel is best for your precious son.

    Jessica, we always try so very hard as parents of special needs children, and we leave no detail behind which can be so exhausting. Disneyland Resort recognizes our children's unique needs and continually strives to afford all Guests an inclusive and enjoyable visit through the many Services for Guests with Disabilities and especially the Disability Access Service (DAS) - an accommodation enabling us to tend to our children's needs while we wait for select attractions in alternate areas other than the queue. This accommodation for registered DAS Guests enables associated travel party members or the registered DAS Guest to pre-select an attraction return time from the available attraction list on the Disneyland Mobile App, at an attraction entrance, or at a nearby Guest Experience Team Kiosk, but the registered DAS Guest must be present when redeeming the DAS Return Time.

    Registering for the Disability Access Service (DAS) accommodation can be done in advance of your arrival through the DAS Advance virtual chat option from 2 days up to 30 days before arrival, or you can register in person inside any Disneyland Resort theme park Guest Relations - just be sure that your son is with you, that all in your travel party are previously linked to your Disney account using their valid theme park admissions, and that everyone holds a Disneyland Resort - Theme Park Reservation, to facilitate matters during registration.

    Tip:
    Along with the Disability Access Service (DAS) you are able to use the Disney Genie+ service each day of your valid Disneyland Resort theme park admission.

    Jessica, it was such an honor assisting you today and it makes me so very happy to hear that you are taking your precious son to The Happiest Place on Earth, I wish you all the happiest visits, and thank you kindly for stopping by planDisney!

    Jacqueline
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Meet the Panelist: Jacqueline, Ontario

Hello, I'm Jacqueline from Canada! I am a former band and visual arts teacher, now, home full-time to my two adult children, one of whom has autism. I love reading, watching historical dramas, with a new interest in knitting and crochet. 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, and walking in Walt's footsteps at Disneyland Resort. Learn More About Jacqueline

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