Traveling with Meniere’s Disease

Traveling with Meniere’s Disease

By: Becky Mullinax August 29, 2017 My story begins many years ago when I first noticed that I suffered from travel sickness whenever I rode in a car. This became so debilitating for me that I could only drive, rather than ride in, vehicles. In late 2013 my symptoms became more severe, and I noticed that something odd was happening with my hearing. After many visits to ENT’s, MRI scans, motion tests, allergy tests and hearing tests I was given...

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Visitors with Special Mobility Needs Can Enjoy Disney Too!

Visitors with Special Mobility Needs Can Enjoy Disney Too!

Kristal Marcum January 5, 2017 Do you ever travel with a family member who needs assistance walking? I do on every trip. My mom has had two hip replacements and walks with a cane on a good day. Walking all over Disney parks or even a grocery store is out of the question so we rent an ECV (electronic conveyance vehicle). We use companies that Disney recommends and have always been completely satisfied. They deliver the ECV to the resort and pick...

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Using Disability Access Service (DAS) at Walt Disney World

Using Disability Access Service (DAS) at Walt Disney World

Guest Blogger: Amy Van Horn October 20, 2016 Traveling with a family member who happens to have special needs isn’t always easy, but at Walt Disney World, my daughter truly feels special! In my opinion, Disney does a fabulous job of making sure my nine-year-old, who happens to have autism, has a magical vacation and gets to enjoy the parks just as much as any other guest. One of the ways they do this is through the Disability Access Service...

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