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    Hi, everyone has been great to me since i join on here.. My next question is my husband can't go on roller coasters or anything that has alot strobe lights so does anyone have any does or don't for him?? Thank you all again..

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    That's a tough one especially since Disney is a very visually stimulating company. All the rides and attractions (I think) have signs warning of things such as loud noises, scary sights, roughness of the ride, etc. You could check allearsnet.com. They are familiar with special needs.
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    Allearsnet.com is a wonderful place to go for this type of information. I use them a lot.

    There are several things that he will be able to do. Just read up on the different rides. I am sure there are a lot of people here who can help you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SnwhtNdwrfs View Post
    Allearsnet.com is a wonderful place to go for this type of information. I use them a lot.

    There are several things that he will be able to do. Just read up on the different rides. I am sure there are a lot of people here who can help you.
    You've got the correct web site for Allears. I'm on it almost every day. That's what happens when I use nothing but my favorites, I forget the actual web address.
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    Big ones to avoid would be Rock 'n' Roller Coaster, Dinosaur, Space Mt., Tower of Terror (has some strobing depending on the drop pattern), Big Thunder Mt. RR.

    You'll need to double-check some of the shows for use of strobe lights. AllEarsNet is the best online resource, and if you have any doubts, ask a Cast Member at the entrance to the attraction.
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