We understand how difficult it can be to plan a trip to Walt Disney World when you or a family member has special needs. It’s even scarier when it’s your first time. However, we want to help, and we also want to introduce you to others with the same challenges as you.
We will show you the ins and outs of a Disney trip and teach you how to manage Diabetes, Autism, and Down Syndrome at the parks.
It might be your first or 50th time visiting Walt Disney World. For a memorable vacation full of can’t-miss experiences with your family, join us for Days of Adventure at Walt Disney World.
Robyn Adams of Take My Hand Travel is the mother and wife of Type 2 diabetics and has hosted this event for almost 10 years.
The trips are open to all but geared toward families with children who have Diabetes, Autism or Down Syndrome. Single or young adults are welcome too!
There are no extra fees to attend this event. Not only do you get access to all of the planned group activities, you also get personalized assistance with planning your entire stay including dining reservations, DAS and Genie+ selections, park navigation, park hours and much more.