Visiting theme parks with a person with mental, physical, or learning disabilities can be an anxious time for families — even if you are the person in the wheelchair or using a cane. There are more recognized disabilities now than ever before, and not all of them are visible. Having to wait in line with a person who is incapable of understanding basic directions, manners, or who has physical limitations can sometimes become overwhelming. Most parks now offer help and alternative ways to experience the fun many others take for granted, and Universal Orlando is no exception.
Universal Orlando is well-prepared to handle any type of disability, including autism and related disorders. A highly trained staff is knowledgeable and eager to assist.