yes that sounds fine. they accepted a the diagnosis letter in my case, they're really just looking for legitimate documentation as why DC can't queue. If in doubt give them a ring. they were really helpful and knowledgeable with me.
Hi we have been to Disney many times and take a letter from dd,s GP stating her diagnosis and that she would have difficulty queueing which they have accepted every time, we just take it to the town hall and show it to the staff (who all speak English) and they give us an easy access pass. Have a lovely time.
blimey, really? thought Disney had a no-proof policy. they do in Florida - you just turn up and say you need the GAC, and they give it to you. must be to do with American laws or somehting.
we have always got by taking a copy of dd1's statement when we need disability access - it states diagnoses, and lists her difficulties (if they want to read that far!), as well as pointing out she goes to a SN school... buthaven't been to DLP before.
The disable person gets the pass, then they will let up to 6 people on depending on the ride. eg it's a small world 6 people, disabled space in the parade 1 carer. (although it was quiet when we went so they let DD and DP in as well). we were okay getting the 4 of us in on everything that we went on (kids were too young for the rollercoasters tho) You don't need to specify who when you get the pass.
there's a superb official guide on the website but the websites a pain to navigate so I can't find it at the mo.
When I booked through DLP they also booked us a wheelchair friendly room just cos "we'd appreciate the extra space", quite sweet really.
I am very very excited. Not telling the DC until the actual day! SO hard keeping it a secret. Whenever the dvert comes on I throw my hands in the air and yell "we're going to Disneyland"! They just look at me like this and tut . Little do they know.
in Florida, if there were too many people for the ride (we were allowed dd1 plus 3more at any one time), or if dh, dd1 and I wanted to go on somehting that dd2 was too small for, then we could get a switch pass - one of us went on with dd1, then we instantly swapped over and the other went with dd1. you could try something like that - dd1 was in heaven as she got to go on everyhitng twice
We were naughty and didn't read the website so we turned up just with our DD ( in her wheelchair) and 3 sons. The staff were brilliant and did not question us at all... it was probably the best holiday we have had in ages and DD was so happy!! We plan on going back again either next year of the year after.