I just read the most horrible article. The second one in this article
Disney World: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly | Away.com
in case you can’t bring it up I’ll post it here too - this is horrible to say that your child has disabilities. I am so thankful I have 2 healthy active at times too active children who have grown into great adults because of hopefully good values given to them. what people will do never ceases to amaze me.
And the most questionable piece of reader advice given…
“You can skip the lines if you know how to work the system. Lots of people do this, so don’t feel guilty about it. You pay just as much if not even more, so heed my words:
Go to Guest Services in any park. Tell them you need a “Guest Assistance Card” for one of your children. Tell them the child has “special needs” and s/he cannot handle being in large groups of people and s/he needs a quiet, less congested place to wait.
Disney CANNOT ask for proof of this nor can they ask for a diagnosis. (And really, what kid wants to wait?!?)
They will issue you a red card that is good for up to 6 people for your entire stay. You will be able to use the fastpass line as much as you desire without a fastpass. We do it when we go b/c when I’m dropping $10K on a vacation, I’m not spending it standing in line!!!”