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I am just curious, Megan wears her pump inside her underwear and pants with 
a sports clip so the pump basically does not move.  We are headed to Hershey 
Park in a couple of days, she will ride some bigger rides do you really 
think I need to disconnect her minimed? (I can't imagine it will come out 
because it is hard to access even to bolus).....however, I don't want to 
jeopardize anyone else??? I will certainly look into the pass though as my 
husband who has been T1 for 30 years has charcots disease of his feet so in 
addition to specially padded/built up shoes he can't walk long distances or 
stand for long periods of time and I never thought about the disability 
pass, that will come in handy.  It sounds like I don't need to pre-arrange 
the pass which is good. Your input would be appreciated.  Suzanne

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Gretchen Dudek" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2008 10:46 AM
> We went to Disney almost two years ago.  You are eligible for a disability
> pass from guest services.  For all rides without fast pass, you will be 
> able
> to enter the ride immediately through the exit.  For those with fast pass, 
> you
> will come back at the designated time, and get on the ride immediately. 
> It's
> very nice, as it prevents lows from standing in line in the heat.  Zoey 
> kept
> her pump on for all of the rides, however, at the time she was too little 
> for
> any roller coasters.  I would disconnect for those....Good luck, and have
> loads of fun!!!!
> Gretchen
> Mom to Zoey, dx 9/03, pumping 5/04, and Sweet Mia 6, who gets her tonsils 
> out
> tomorrow!!!
> /08, email @ redacted <email @ redacted> wrote:
> From: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
> To: email @ redacted
> Date: Wednesday, July 23, 2008, 10:32 AM
> We are headed to Disney in Orlando this coming October. My daughter (age 
> 10)
> and I both wear insulin pumps and are Type 1. I am very interested in 
> hearing
> from people who have been there and how to register for the fast passes 
> and
> other tips for not having troubles with pumps while we are there. Is it 
> best
> to
> disconnect from the pump the entire time on the ride (we must be able to 
> get
> on
> quickly and exit quickly) and what are other "insider" tips. Thanks
> for your
> help.
> Linda
> --
> I am doing it again! Please see my web page for the Juvenile Diabetes
> Research
> Foundation 2008 Ride to Cure Diabetes:
> http://ride.jdrf.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=rideCentral.personalpage&riderID=80
> 06
> .
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