Yes! First, check out the Guests with Disabilities FAQ on the official Disney website. Disney has a brochure with info on each theme park and resort, but they don�t like to mail them out. The reasoning being that the info could change before your visit. If you whine, they will send you one under protest. Whine. The monorail is 100% accessible. Most shuttle buses have handicapped access. Many boats ARE NOT handicapped accessible, so think twice before staying at a resort served primarily by the boats. When making a hotel reservation, call and speak directly to the front desk or manager at that hotel. Ask if they can accommodate your needs, or if they recommend another hotel. Usually a hotel manger would rather refer you to another property than disappoint you. The central reservations people don�t always have the most up-to-date information. (The is actually good advice whenever traveling.) Within the parks, check Guest Relations. They will provide hosts if assistance is needed. All rides, shows, restrooms and restaurants are accessible EXCEPT the Pirates of the Caribbean is not accessible by wheelchair. Disney staff is trained to be helpful about transfers from wheelchair to ride and back. If you have dietary restrictions, check with Guest Relations at each park, or City Hall on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom. They will provide a list of dining options There is a website designed to support visitors with minor to major health and emotional issues, special needs and disabilities. You'll find the menus for all of the Disney restaurants along with the special dietary needs policies of each restaurant. There are also articles and resources. The website is: http://www.Diz-Abled.com There's also a book called Walt Disney World with Disabilities by Stephen Ashley. It really is a book for almost anyone with any level of physical or emotional issues. It's available on Amazon.com and on the Diz-Abled.com website.
one of Disney's disabilities was dyslexia
Walt Disney was never diagnosed with ADHD or any other learning disabilities.
Walt Disney invented Walt Disney world and Walt Disney land
Walt Disney World is named after Walt Disney..... It was originally named Disney World, but was then changed to Walt Disney World to honor him.
No, Walt Disney died before construction of Walt Disney World began.
Walt Disney died before Walt Disney World opened. Of the 5 Disney resorts worldwide, Walt Disney only ever saw Disneyland, CA.
he doesnt walt disney world is just a world (imagination) of walt disneys
The "working name"? Walt Disney World is known as Walt Disney World. If you mean its full official name, it's the Walt Disney World Resort.
WALT DISNEY is the founder of WALT DISNEY WORLD. hahaha
No, Walt Disney World died on December 15, 1966. Walt Disney World opened on October 1, 1971.
Roy Disney, brother of Walt Disney (1899-1966) opened Disney World (now Walt Disney World, or formally The Walt Disney World Resort) near Orlando, Florida in 1971.
Assuming this refers to the Walt Disney World Resort, it is situated at Lake Buena Vista in Florida. The resort covers more than 30,000 acres and hosts millions of visitors each year.
Walt Disney's goal was to open up Walt Disney World Resort
Walt Disney is a world famouseanimator who founded Walt Disney pictures
YES. Walt Disney is very smart because he created Walt Disney World and Walt Disney Land with all the Disney characters.
The Walt Disney World Company
It was to be called Disney World. However after Walt's death, his brother, the longtime majority stockholder, CEO and CFO of Walt Disney productions Roy O. Disney, changed it to Walt Disney World, so that people knew it "was Walt's dream".
Walt Disney World is larger.
Walt Disney designed Disney Land at Disney World but his dad continued the plans after Walt Disney died
Walt didn't have a favorite ride at Walt Disney World; it didn't open until five years after his death.
Walt Disney was the creative mind behind Disneyland & Disney World.
Walt Disney World was opened 6 years after his death.
Walt Disney World, along with all of the Disney theme parks, was designed by Walt Disney Imagineering (formerly WED).
There are many hotels around Disney World. Some are the Walt Disney Resort, Walt Disney World Dolphin, Wyndham Bonnet Creek Resort, and Walt Disney World Swan.