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    Thank you Rachael 🙂

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    This is excellent!! 🙂

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    I am glad they helped you 🙂

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    Deborah Zindle-Santana

    Very useful article. Found myself doing the breathing exercises as I read through it. They work!

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    I want to thank everyone for reading my article. I am so happy to know that I helped each of you in someway.

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    Andrea Gardner

    Thanks for this! I have one son who suffers from anxiety and another with serious and nearly debilitating Sensory Processing Disorder. I haven’t yet brought them to Disney, but I am finally at the point where I think my husband and I can make the trip successful and enjoyable. This tip is the best yet! You have been amazing help!

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    My son has multiple sensory issues and anxiety. The GAC really helped with our son to have a great vacation. The key is to set the child up to succeed by having knowledge of the rides and watching your child for cues. We do not go commando from the early A.M. until late P.M. We create a touring plan and remain very flexible. Although Disney has great “magic” we make sure to include “down time”. Great article!

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    Carrie George

    Good article. My son has ADHD and freezes in line queues. He’s 14 now, so he’s a little self-conscious about it. Last year when we went to Disney, we got the Guest Assistance card and it made a huge difference in his comfort level. Overall, it was the best thing we ever did at Disney, simply because he was able to enjoy himself more freely.

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    Thank you !

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    good job mom

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