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#27374 - 01/31/11 12:53 AM Disney and Accommodation?
Sideshow_bob Offline


Registered: 02/11/09
Posts: 61
Loc: US, Midwest
I'm taking our 6 year old to Disney in February (shhh! she doesn't know!) and wanted to ask those who have been before how they went about getting accommodations for those days when it is hot for kids with anhydrosis. I've checked the weather and it looks like there will only be a day or two that are over 80, so I'm pretty sure we'll be fine with just a cooling necklace, but if by some chance a freaky heat wave comes through I want to know what I need to have in advance to make sure she has an awesome trip. Thanks!
6 year old daughter with CIE (non-bullous)and a non-affected infant daughter.

#27378 - 02/01/11 09:03 PM Re: Disney and Accommodation? [Re: Sideshow_bob]
ChristinaG Offline

Registered: 06/12/06
Posts: 66
Loc: Woodland Hills,CA
Hi Sideshow bob,
My kids and I live in So CA and visit Disney every couple of months. If you go to Disney's City Hall ( just to the left, as you enter the park and go under the train) and get a Guest Assistance Card. It will allow your daughter and five other people to either go in thru the rides exit, or go in thru the handicap entrance, so you can skip the long hot wait in lines. They don't ask for a lot of details regarding the condition, but Instead of trying to give a whole lesson on dermatology, i just simply tell them "my son over heats easily and cannot stand in hot lines for a long time... What a fun surprise for your daughter! Let me know if you have any other questions:)

BTW~ there are also locker you can rent for $6 per day. I usually bring frozen waters and gatorade and keep them in the lockers with snacks...


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