Hi everybody. Haven't been on the board in a few weeks. I felt I needed a short break from the SN world (as much as is possible while still hanging with my kiddo, of course). But I'm back.
So, who has braved WDW with their ASD child? We are going with extended family in late April. Everyone else lives there and has season passes so we won't "ruin it" for everyone if we need to set the pace a little slower. Plus they adore DS, and his cousins are older and patient.
I've read a few articles on the issue and they recommend getting a "guest accommodation card" which may help. Did you/would you? I am reluctant because I don't want to feel I'm taking advantage, but at the same time, if we can have access to calm spaces or shave a few minutes off a line here and there, DS would certainly be easier to manage and less prone to meltdowns. But I realize no 4 year old LIKES waiting in line, so part of me says just bring toys/snacks and deal, like everyone else. Opinions?
Zeus and Bubba