I am currently helping plan our families WDW trip for my mom, dad, brother, sister-in-law, husband, myself, and my two younger adopted brothers (10 & 8). My brother is an air force veteran and is having a really hard time with feeling anxious about being at Disney. It's a case of anxiety and some (minor) PTSD from serving, but exacerbated by not having ever been to Disney before. His triggers mostly involve crowds and being concerned about Disney being a "target" due to the military training/service. He wants to be able to go with the family, but it is obviously causing him a lot of stress and anxiety even as we plan. We're trying not to talk about the planning too much other than to show him how we're going to take care of having ways for him to "get away" if he starts to have a panic attack or just feel overwhelmed. He is seeing a doctor and they are talking through strategies/what he needs in general, but I wanted to see if there was anything we can do to make him feel better. These are the things we are currently doing: 1. Staying offsite and having two cars to drive in/out of the parks to be able to give him the option to leave and go back to the house if he needs to. 2. Going in September at the "least" busy time of year, but obviously I know that's all relative when you're talking about Disney. Is there anything else we can do to make the experience enjoyable for him and help ease his anxiety and make the trip enjoyable for him? Thank you in advance for any help you can provide!