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  • On Jun 27, 2024
    Laura 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.

    Hello, my toddler has a slight fracture in his tibia and is currently wearing a boot. He can’t stand for long periods of time. Would he have to wait in line for the attractions?

    Hi Laura!

    Thank you for sending your question to planDisney! I am so sorry to hear about your little one. Fractured bones are always challenging, especially when it happens to a young child. A trip to Disneyland Resort is the perfect way to cheer him up!

    Disneyland Resort has various options for supporting Guests with disabilities (and temporary injuries). These situations are handled on a case-by-case basis. Eligible Guests can register for the Disability Access Service (DAS) by live video chatting with a Cast Member up to 30 days before your park visit. This can also be done in person at an Accessibility Services Kiosk during a park visit. I recommend utilizing the live video chat option ahead of time so you have a solid plan for your day. 

    Additionally, I suggest bringing a stroller or wheelchair for your son. Strollers and wheelchairs are also available to rent at Disneyland Resort (subject to availability). You can also talk with Accessibility Services to see if he is eligible for a "Stroller as a Wheelchair" tag, allowing the stroller to be used while waiting in many attraction queues. Some attractions may offer a "Location Return Time" when Guests using a mobility device cannot navigate specific queues. Most of this can be figured out when chatting with a Cast Member during your live video chat. 

    I also recommend planning some breaks throughout the day for your toddler to rest his leg. The Baby Care Centers are a great destination for quiet time with infants and toddlers. A late-morning brunch or afternoon dining reservation might also be a good excuse for that break! Your son may enjoy having brunch at Plaza Inn's "Minnie & Friends - Breakfast in the Park". It usually has many fun Disney Character interactions! Lamplight Lounge and Cafe Orleans are also great lunch spots. Dining reservations can be made up to 60 days in advance on the Disneyland website or the Disneyland app.

    Laura, I hope your son is back on his feet soon! Hang in there!

    Magic Happens!
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Meet the Panelist: Jen, Nevada

Hello from Nevada! I'm Jen - a married mom, social worker, and lifetime collector of Disney experiences. Disneyland Resort has been my "home away from home" since I was a child, and Walt Disney World Resort has become one of my favorite vacations spots as an adult. Whether it's celebrating special occasions, dining with food allergies, or making use of digital tools, I love helping Guests maximize their time and fun while visiting Disney destinations!  Learn More About Jen

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