10 Tips for Taking Your Autistic Child to Disney World

1. Know your Child! Then do your homework with a website like www.allears.net or the Disney Moms’ Panel, or books like PassPorter’s Open Mouse for Walt Disney World and the Disney Cruise Line, which examines all the parks and Disney resorts in detail to explain potential trouble spots based on a number of criteria such as noise, wait times, crowded spaces, etc. If you know your child doesn’t like rides with a lot of dark spaces, or enclosed waiting areas where things echo, or the possibility of having to share space with strangers—here’s where you’ll find the answers.

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