Re: Pacemaker and GAC

Discussion in 'disABILITIES!' started by Majkman, Apr 12, 2012.

  1. utterrandomness

    utterrandomness Mouseketeer

    Mar 12, 2012
    It's generally okay to assume that no one on this board is trying to attack anyone. We mostly have really good intentions and just want people to be armed with the most useful information so they're better equipped to deal with their needs while at Disney. This isn't to say that there's never disputes over whose information is better, but I think this is one case where good intentions can be assumed.
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  3. I Love Pluto

    I Love Pluto DIS Veteran<br><font color=green>I guess that make

    Jun 20, 2006
    Good intentions CAN be assumed on this board. That's why we read it, that's why we post on it, and that's why we ask questions of others.

    When I ask a question on this thread - or any other on the DIS boards - I get answers from people who CARE!

    WHY else would any of us be here? :goodvibes
  4. WantToGoNow

    WantToGoNow DIS Veteran

    Sep 27, 2005
    Last October my dd27 got her first GAC after a CM asked her why she was leaving a line. We use FP when we can to minimize the standing in lines. The sign said 10 minutes so we thought she would be fine - once we got into the line and saw that it would be much longer. She told the CM why we were leaving and that we would get a FP and she was told to go to Guest Services and to ask for a GAC. Our trip was so much better because we didn't have to worry about her passing out all the time. She can walk all day - but she cant stand still for more than a few minutes without her blood pressure and heart rate dropping - which will be followed by her dropping as well. An ECV would be the obvious answer for her but she refuses to use one until she has to.

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