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About Us

 

Mission Statement:

 

We're involved with this to help make dreams come true for people with special needs, disabilities, health and emotional conditions, and their friends and families.  We want to make it easy for others to plan a safe, comfortable and enjoyable trip. Disney World has been a haven and a place of relaxation and joy for us, and we want to help others to have that as well.   

 

Our Motivation: 

 

For us it's been rough to travel because of health issues, and we know we're not alone in this. It can be stressful and even scary. Yet just like anyone else, we believe that people with health conditions need to be able to relax and get away.  In fact, sometimes it's more important when you're dealing with illness to be able to leave the daily grind and have some rest and fun.

 

Disney has become the one place that we could vacation with ease and confidence, but it took years to figure everything out.  There were some informational resources out there, but none as complete or as detailed as we needed.  It took years of trial and error to get as comfortable with Disney as we are today. In 2006 we realized that we had so much knowledge and experience that could make a difference to others. We decided to write the book Walt Disney World with Disabilities. We wanted to help people avoid pitfalls, to make use of all Disney has to offer and to feel safe and comfortable planning and enjoying their vacations.

 

We then created the website to let people know about the guide book and to share things that were not really right for the book such as restaurant menus. Since that time we decided to expand the site with support material including articles, guest writers, segments of the next edition of our guide book, photos, travel products that could help support guests with special needs, and a wide variety of other support materials.

 

Another reason we began these projects is that most of what you read out there is written by people who do not have the health conditions they write about. Truth be told, only those who suffer from a particular problem will be sensitive to triggers, or notice certain issues. We know first-hand that going on the wrong ride or attraction can ruin a trip. We felt it was important to share what we knew from our own experiences. We also did extensive research for the book to get the opinions and experiences of people who have conditions that we don't, so that we can help folks with a wide variety of situations. 

 

We're planning to grow this site and to add a great deal more information to the guide book. We hope we can help make your dreams come true! 

 

If you'd like to participate and feel you have something to share, please email us. We are always looking for new information that will help others. Email us at info@diz-abled.com

 

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