Accomodating Special Needs is No Sweat for Disney!

Vacation planning can be stressful, even more so when you require special accommodations. From Resorts to Parks, Disney makes it seem all so easy.  Whether you need a ground floor, special bathroom set up or even to be close to the food court; they can and will go the extra mile to make it happen.

From value to moderate and even the luxury resorts, accommodations are available so long as you request them when you book your stay.  Needless to say, the earlier you book, the better the chances will be that all your accommodations will be set to meet your needs.

There are fantastic rooms available for those with disabilities, be it mobility, hearing, sight or any other special need.  Disney offers several services, including setting you up with a special bathroom with a roll in shower or a bathroom with special bars and a shower chair if you or someone in your party has mobility needs.  

They also offer assistive listening devices, reflective captioning, sign language interpretation, text typewriter telephones, handheld captioning and video captioning for the hearing impaired. Some of these devices require a $25 deposit, but it is fully refundable.

For those with vision impairment Disney offers audio description services, digital audio tours and accommodations for all service animals.

So feel free to start planning your next visit,  knowing that there are options for everyone to be comfortable and enjoy the happiest place on Earth. Hoping to see ya real soon!

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Ellie was born & raised in beautiful Miami, Florida where she still resides today with her husband Carlos. Her first trip to Walt Disney World was when she was only two years old, but little did she know then this would be the first of many. Growing up in a family of Seasonal Passholders, her parents made sure Ellie & her sisters would visit WDW as often as possible and it really was as often as possible, every two to three months. All these frequent visits earned her one of her favorite nicknames of all time “Miss Disney World,” she was so dubbed by her 5th grade teacher for being a regular at the house of mouse. It should be no surprise that she married someone who shares her deep love of all things Disney, Ellie introduced her husband to the wonders of being a Passholder and they have both been proud passholders for several years visiting any chance they get (4 to 8 times a year). Having experienced almost everything Disney, there are a few things left on her Disney wish list but at the top of that list; going on a Disney Cruise! Ellie’s favorite Disney moment: that feeling she gets when she walks down Main Street in MK and sees Cinderella’s Castle, those chills – it’s like she’s seeing it for the very first time all over again!

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One Response to Accomodating Special Needs is No Sweat for Disney!

  1. Linda Dube' says:

    Disney is excellent in the Accessibility area however, I really wish they had a room in each resort that has a hospital bed, ceiling track lift and shower chair. When I go down I need to rent all these things which really increases my vacation costs. I’m positive a lot of people could benefit from a room like this. Just an idea!

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