FAQs and Tips for Families with Autism in Walt Disney World

While families with autism in Walt Disney World are often nervous to make their first trip, we return year after year because Disney provides a routine for our child. Disney is wonderful for accommodating their sensory needs and any special diets. This article covers all of the answers to frequently asked questions and tips that …

Top 5 Quiet Places at Animal Kingdom in Walt Disney World

Top Five Quiet Places at Animal Kingdom in Walt Disney World We are a family of six and can’t go to many places without injecting chaos into the mix.  Let’s be honest- a family of our size takes up space.  Every child occasionally gets overwhelmed and tired in the hot, busy parks. Over the years, …

Na’Vi River Journey Ride in Pandora for Children with Autism

Are you looking to watch the Pandora World of Avatar Na’Vi River Journey Ride at Disney?  The boat ride in Pandora: World of Avatar is called the Na’vi River Journey Ride.  The river journey is full of beautiful bioluminescence, realistic animals native to Pandora, and a blissful Shaman.  The ride is breathtaking- somehow, both serene …

Top Ten Quiet Places at Magic Kingdom

The Top 10 Quiet Places at Magic Kingdom for Families with Autism Our son adores Walt Disney World.  However, any child occasionally gets overwhelmed and tired in the hot, busy parks.  With autism, it’s especially important to take a break from the hustle and bustle. We’ve listed our favorite quiet places at Magic Kingdom for …

Flight of Passage Review in Pandora

Flight of Passage Review in Pandora, World of Avatar By Guest Blogger Nicholas Janes Avatar Flight of Passage is a 3D augmented reality flying simulator attraction in Animal Kingdom’s Pandora: The World of Avatar.  Flight of Passage allows guests to “fly” on the back of a mountain Banshee through the Valley of Mo’ara. This attraction …

How the Disability Access Service Benefits Disney World Visitors with Autism

Disney’s Disability Access Service (DAS) pass has been an asset to us on each trip with our autistic son. While we’ve heard it called everything from the “Disney Autism Pass” to the now-defunct “Guest Assistance Card,” the proper name is the Disability Acess Service. This article will discuss how the DAS benefits Disney World visitors …