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Old 03-31-2013, 09:40 AM   #76
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To be blunt, there is nothing that the front desk can do to help. It is up to the OP to do what THEY can do to minimize impacting the guests around them. It is not a reasonable accommodation to expect Disney to keep rooms unoccupied. Nor is it reasonable to expect other guests to simply have to deal with it and have their nights interrupted.

The OP needs to take it upon themselves to take the steps needed. This, most likely, would be to get a cabin, a unit at THV, or to rent a house off site.
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Notifing the front desk will not prevent a concerend guest or CM from calling security or the police. If they are called they will come.

Hearing an adult screaming in the middle of the night is far differnt than a baby crying. I do not know how you can possibly compare the two.

I do not think it is reasonable to expect a hotel disney or not to leave adjoining rooms empty . They will also have to have the rooms above and below empty and have other guests kepe windows closed and balconey doors closed ?

If you need this accomadation then perhaps you should concider going at a off peak time .

Do you want the hotel to notify all hotel guests that if you hear an adult screaminging the middle of the night ignore it?

I agree that treatment ,medication, and theraphy can help and perhaps get this condition under control .

Can't believe the amazingly rude people on this thread! Thank goodness for the report buttons. To the OP, ignore them. They want to talk about being entitled, yet they feel entitled to come in and be rude. Clearly they have no idea what it's like to experience problems similar to yours.

Getting back to your original post, I think you've gotten some great advice.Have a wonderful holiday and I hope that everything works out for you and your family!
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Old 03-31-2013, 09:44 AM   #77
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Seriously? People shouldn't be staying in hotels because of a medical condition. Unbelievable. Sorry but no one can simply get night terrors and/or PTSD "under control" it's not a puppy!

As for you mentioning you cancelling your trip, your child was going through a phase with the night terrors whether it was in direct relation to his autism or simply a childhood phase. The OP's condition may never get better so are you suggesting they never go on a holiday with their family?

Disgraceful.

to the OP. Ignore the haters! They are the ones with the problem not you!

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Sorry, but if you don't have this under control, you should not be staying in hotels.

We have two autistic kids. One of them went through a phase of night terrors (blood curdling screaming in the middle of the night, would last 30 min or so each time) around the age of 3.

We actually chose to cancel a booked vacation due to this issue. We did not feel it was fair for us to have a child in a hotel room that might do this and wake up the people in the surrounding rooms.

We held off on taking a family vacation until this phase had passed. We finally went when he was 5. It took that long.

This is a serious problem if it's occurring in adulthood, and I am frankly shocked that there is no way to get this under control. I have never heard of adults having long standing issues with night terrors that are not due to some major health or mental issue. However, as much as I feel for you, OP, you really cannot expect to be accommodated in a hotel for this kind of thing. Your only real option (if you are a decent human being) is to stay in an offsite house or simply not travel.
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Old 03-31-2013, 09:59 AM   #78
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Folks, either post something useful to the OP, or move on to another thread.

Hint: "don't travel" isn't useful. Neither is arguing amongst yourselves.
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I've been woken up in hotels by babies crying, loud people in the hallways coming back at the end of EMH, blasting televisions, drunks hanging by the pool till all hours, and yes, amorous neighbors. I certainly wouldn't be happy to be woken up, but there's no exclusion clause in hotels for those that have night terrors. Many folks seem to have missed the fact that on most nights it only wakes you up. Do you best to head it off, and enjoy your vacation.
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Can't believe the amazingly rude people on this thread! Thank goodness for the report buttons. To the OP, ignore them. They want to talk about being entitled, yet they feel entitled to come in and be rude. Clearly they have no idea what it's like to experience problems similar to yours.

Getting back to your original post, I think you've gotten some great advice.Have a wonderful holiday and I hope that everything works out for you and your family!
I just have to say I agree 100%! People feel they need to be rude and judgmental over being helpful! This is a Disney website you would think people would be a little more cheerful! God forbid they are ever affected by a medical condition hopefully people aren't so rude to them! I keep wondering what some of them would say about a person with Tourette syndrome visiting Disney? Would that be equally traumatic? Should a person with Tourettes stay home? A medical condition like this is not something that can be controlled! God forbid the OP would want to enjoy a Disney vacation with his kids! I know that a screaming man in the middle of the night is not ideal but it is what it is! People need to get over themselves and either help the OP with a suggestion or move on to another thread! In the Words of Thumper " if you don't have nuttin nice to say don't say nuttin at all!"

Good Luck OP ! I hope you have a great time at POR!
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I also can't believe the rudeness in this thread.

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