[QUOTE=b1wife;1113950]A friend asked me for information regarding taking a child with autism spectrum disorder to Disneyland. I thought for sure that I remembered something on a website somewhere that had info on this situation in particular, but I can’t find it.
I know they can get the Guest Assistance pass that puts them in the front of the line, but I’m not sure of anything else.
Does anyone know of a website or blog that highlights this situation, or does anyone have personal experience tips that I can pass along?
Thanks so much![/QUOTE]
I have used the GAC at disney world and you have to show it to the CM at the regular entrance of the attraction. They will tell you to go to the FP line or the exit of the attraction. Some of the attractions like the continuous shows, they will just have to enter with everybody else. Most of the CM’s know what it is so they shouldn’t have any problems. Sometimes there can still be a wait at the FP line. Wheelchairs go to the exit if the regular line is not accessible. The GAC is for people with autism, special-needs, etc, but they may find people with broken legs using it as well which is not necessary. Please let us know how their trip goes, I would like to visit disneyland. Thanks!