96. What advice can you offer for traveling with a child with a disability?
You should also consider
what activities are planned while traveling: visiting museums, parks,
theme parks, etc… A call, letter, or email in advance can help you
make sure your visit is successful. The Disney parks, for example, do
a wonderful job accommodating guests with disabilities. When visiting
one of their facilities, bring a letter from your child’s doctor
that clearly explains the nature of the disability and what accommodations
are needed. Upon arrival, visit the Guest Services desk and you will be
given a special pass for your entire party that informs staff members
what your needs are.
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