Disneyland Insider Tips for Special Needs
Aaah, Disneyland. You really are the happiest place on earth. The first time I took my kids, I didn’t know what to expect. I had only been to the park one time, and it was as an adult. When I saw the look on my (then) three-year old’s face, as he was riding the Astro Orbitor, I cried. Genuine, happy tears. It was in that precise moment that I got hooked on all things Disney. We didn’t hesitate to get our annual pass that very day. For the next 4.5 years, we made many, many trips to the parks. We even used our annual pass discount to stay a few times at the hotels.
When Jill Simonian, friend and (fab) mom extraordinaire asked for some Disneyland insider tips and tricks, I jumped at the chance to share some of the info I’ve collected over the years. The advice I have isn’t the run of the mill info that you’ll find on other sites, rather for parents/caregivers of people with special/extra needs. This includes kids with autism, SPD, and any other cognitive or physical limitations. Click here to watch Jill’s segment on CBS, and to read my insider tips and tricks!
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