Hi Folks, One of my students is going to WDW in May, and she will need an SAP for short lines (hopefully, May is slow enough for her not to need it much). She is diagnosed as having moderate autism, and it is fairly obvious to most people that waiting in line is not going to work for her (actually, most of the rides will be too stimulating for her, but she should be able to ride some of the less flashy ones). Sue M mentioned that a doctor's note is not required for an SAP, but will a doctor's note be helpful when trying to convince the CM that a SAP is needed? Finally, is there a guidebook somewhere that gives an indication of which rides may be very loud and/or have a lot of flashing lights? I can talk to her mom from my experience, but haven't been on all of the rides in all of the parks. Just trying to make this the easiest possible trip for her mom... TIA Off-site before 1989 CBR 1990 PO/Contemp 2000 AKL/BWV April 2001!