My first article on this site was well over five years ago and one where I really took to heart the saying write what you know. My world back then was centered around making adjustments for my children, who both have additional needs, and the steep learning curve of learning what makes things easier for … Planning Your Disney Vacation with Children that have Additional Needs
When you’re walking through the parks, soaking in every magical thing, you’re going to see kids. You’re going to see a lot of kids. Some of those kids are going to be frantic over stumbling across a cavalcade of their favorite princesses in Frontierland. Some of those kids are going to be begging –begging!– their … Devices in the Disney Parks: the Kids are Alright
Before I begin, I would like to establish a few things due to the delicate nature of the subject. The first of which being that I personally have two children who, between them, have Autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, Anxiety, Speech difficulties, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and a few other labels that don’t directly pertain to this … When Do Special Needs Requests Become Entitled Demands?
The Disney Parks are a sensory experience like no other. When you’ve got a neurodiverse kiddo, this can be a really great thing. They’ll be able to experience Disney magic in their own wonderfully unique way. It can also mean that you’ll want to do some additional planning for your Disneyland or Walt Disney World … Disneyland with Your Wonderfully Neurodiverse Family
According to the Orlando Sentinel, The Walt Disney Company filed a petition with the U.S. Court of Appeal’s 11th Circuit in Atlanta, asking for a rehearing of a court’s decision made in August. The court in August “ruled the plaintiffs’ complaints should be heard at trial,” which sparked 30 lawsuits against The Walt Disney Company. … Disney Files Petition to Keep Autism Lawsuits from Going to Trial