As far as the lines, the waiting, and accommodations, Disney World has blown us away in those areas as well. Since we live in Florida and have an annual pass, we are able to get a “stroller as a wheelchair” sticker for the stroller and they date it for 3 months at a time so we don’t have to get a new one each time we go. We also get a Guest Assistance Card that allows us to take Jaxon through the fast pass line if he is having a rough day and can’t wait in line. Yes, we have gotten quite a few nasty looks while using this pass (from other guests) and each time I want to tell them that I would gladly wait in line for an hour to go on the ride if that meant my child didn’t have to deal with what he does on a daily basis. My husband and I used to feel so guilty about getting this card that we didn’t even used to get it. Now, we think of it like this…Jaxon has to make so many sacrifices on a daily basis that most kids don’t have to so we will use the GAC when Jaxon needs it and just be thankful that Disney offers us this option.
So, in conclusion, I highly recommend a trip to Disney World if you are looking for something to do with your family and have a child with special needs. I have not been paid by Disney (although I wish I was) to write this post, I am just a very satisfied guest and would love others to experience the magic the way we have!
Please check out All Ears review on getting accommodations at Disney World! Take a peek below at a couple of the Gluten Free meals Jaxon has enjoyed at Disney World.
You can see a few other pictures of our gluten free meals served to us at Disney World by clicking HERE.