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Related Articles: EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays presented by AdventHealth – Beginning November 25, 2022, surround yourself with seasonal sights, sounds and flavors during a beloved extravaganza boasting themed Holiday Kitchens and a scrumptious Holiday Cookie Stroll. Candlelight Processional – Hear the stirring story of Christmas presented by a celebrity narrator, accompanied by an orchestra and massed choir—nightly from November 25 to December 30. Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Overlay – This season, the Guardians are trading in their classic hits playlist for a mash-up of seasonal jams at Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind. Blast off to the tune of an awesome holiday single, bringing joy to Xandar and Terra, too. More Holiday Entertainment – Behold heartwarming performances around World Showcase, including Canadian Holiday Voyageurs, Las Posadas with Mariachi Cobre, the Chinese Lion Dance, and holiday storytellers. The holidays at EPCOT are the best out of the four parks, in my opinion, because they showcase how each culture celebrates its holidays. The food for the Festival of the Holidays is always top tier; it’s my favorite festival.

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  1. Animal Kingdom Merry Menagerie – Delight in winter wonders as Discovery Island springs to life with artisan-sculpted puppets of arctic animals—like penguins, reindeer, foxes, and polar bears. Santa Claus Festive Flotilla – See Santa Claus as he sails down the Discovery River to a jolly, world-beat holiday soundtrack. Discovery Island Drummers Festive Flotilla – Feel the beat as a colorful group of percussionists cruise along the Discovery River, entertaining Guests like you on the shore. Tree of Life Awakenings – Holiday Edition, where our beloved tree shimmers and sparkles each evening, accompanied by a heartwarming musical score. Animal Kingdom also has holiday-themed decor throughout the park, so keep an eye out for that. The Merry Menagerie is a creative and beautiful holiday experience you can’t get in any other park.
  2. My first article on this site was well over five years ago and one where I really took to heart the saying write what you know. My world back then was centered around making adjustments for my children, who both have additional needs, and the steep learning curve of learning what makes things earlier for both them and myself. Being a family that travels frequently, I have learned many lessons the hard way, so I’ve always valued the power of sharing information because you never know who you might help along the way. I certainly was the one being helped in the earlier days of diagnosis, which means that, to me, it is only fitting to pass those experiences on. That first article was How to Plan Your Disney Vacation for Children With Special Needs, part one of a more extended series that started my path here at The Dis. Now, in 2022, when my children are older and know themselves better, I thought it might be time to revisit this topic with an updated perspective on tackling some of the newer issues facing additional needs families.
  3. Discuss the Differences in Travel Conditions Families with additional needs will know that much of what we find successful is based on a solid routine with clear expectations for each individual. If you are familiar with pre-pandemic travel, take the time to work through the changes with your family and make sure you have acquainted yourself with new requirements and regulations. For example, while the airport may not be, many airlines are still requiring face masks while on board. If you aren’t used to doing this at home any longer, knowing masks are a possibility in advance and having one ready that isn’t a sensory trigger might be a lifesaver. It would be worth talking to your family about always keeping a mask with them. Just because it isn’t a requirement at Disney doesn’t mean that you might not be faced with a situation where you would be more comfortable wearing one. A friend of mine recently went to the parks and found herself on “it’s a small world” with a gentleman behind her who had a terrible cough and wasn’t covering his mouth. I’ll spare you her description, but it included the words “droplets” and “shower”; very uncool. That’s a situation where, if you feel uncomfortable and choose to, you can put on that mask and feel a bit more protected from any sickness behind you. You might also decide not to, but as long as you have one with you, it remains your choice, not a situation you are stuck in that might leave you in bed, missing the rest of your vacation.

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Schedule Downtime I know it goes against everything that you are encouraged to do. Disney says, pack as much in as you possibly can, though personally, I can tell you the opposite is true. Make sure you plan breaks. Filling on 80% of that activity time and ticking everything off successfully is way more productive than filling 100% and being caught out by a meltdown halfway through. Outside of ticking the boxes, you want everyone to feel good; just making it through isn’t the goal. Add that downtime to your planning, whether it is a resort pool afternoon or even just a calm walk through a quieter attraction like the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse; space those breaks in the chaos out to keep regulation in check. Sit-down lunches at table service restaurants can be a great way to stay in the atmosphere but also take some time to reset indoors. During that time, you can regulate temperature, rest, recover from noise or weather, refuel and focus. It also allows time for you to talk, check in with everyone, and see how people are feeling. Information shared in these breaks might be just what your afternoon needs to tweak your plans in the right direction.

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