Starting the planning process for a Disney vacation, or any vacation, can be overwhelming. We’ve outlined 5 Things that No-one Tells You when planning a vacation with someone with unique needs.
Know Before You Go
It is vital that you discuss the medical needs and restrictions of people in your traveling party. Having the ability to conduct research is going to be much easier if you have extra time, while planning, to suss out what needs to be done. For example, if you have someone in your group that needs to periodically stop and rest, you should plan that time out in your schedule. Or you may have someone with specific dietary needs. If you focus on problem solving in the planning stages, you can locate not only restaurants that meet those needs, but you can search for hotels with kitchen facilities to do your own cooking You may know feel like you know the needs of your immediate family, but don’t wait until you’ve arrived at your destination to find out that you were completely mistaken.
Share Your Tips and Tricks
What are your favorite tips and tricks when planning a Disney Vacation?
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