I am thinking of getting a room for 3-4 nights for an in-law relative who has two children, one is about 18 mos, and no probs. the other is a bit over 3, and has some problems. namely, he has a genetic disorder, which results in his being unable to, as i understand it (which i don't) of walking for any great distance, talking, and although he does "speak" i am sure he gets looks, has, or will, develop an apitite for food that is indicriminate and apparently a constant battle (locks on the pantry, etc.) and seizures. While I don't have much $$$, they have even less, and, from our reconing, have not been on a real vacation, besides conferences, out of town trips to drs, etc. for over three years. So, my questions: Presumptive to give a certificate/reservation for the hotel/tickets? Anybody ever done this for you? Were you pissed that someone else did it, or was it a grateful deal. What have you experienced with other people in the park? Is the public in the park worse then the general public? "Why can't your kid talk yet?" type questions, or is it a friendly atmosphere. I wouldn't want to send them into an atmosphere which made mom and dad feel bad. Any freebies? always heard wdw was friendly to kids with problems. is it true. Any special things that can be arranged? Had Barney show up to his birthday party, and he loved it. thanks for the help.