Hi, We have visited WDW many times, and while my daughter had various needs that we probably could of used a GAC to help, we never did. I guess I just never thought to do it. We just utilized fastpass, got to shows super super early, I would occasionally hold her and break my back, etc. I have read the FAQ stickie, etc. I guess I am looking to see if anyone else has any first hand experience that can tell me if it's worth it in this circumstance to obtain a GAC, basically if it would help her at all. My daughter has Bi-lateral high frequency hearing loss in both ears and wears hearing aids. Due to other deficits, she is not a good reader, so the subtitles do nothing for her. She also does not know any sign language. Due to these facts, we have never requested special seating. Her hearing is the worst with a lot of background noise, and I noticed at Beauty and the Beast on the last trip that she missed a good portion of what was being said/sung due to noise around her. So I guess my question is, would the hard of hearing section be better for her? I don't mind getting to a show super early if you can recommend the best theater placement for her, I just want to ensure she can enjoy the show. We skipped Festival of the Lion King and Nemo in the past because of the hearing issue, and I would love to have her experience them this time.