Here are some tips on how to keep your child safe at Disney World:
#1. Write Information For Your Child On A Button
Get one of the FREE I’m Celebrating buttons when you check in at your resort or when you visit the parks (ask for one at Guest Services). Write on the front of it “If lost, turn over.” On the back, write your phone number so that the Cast Members can call you if they find your child. You can also write their name, your room, your room number, etc. Whatever you feel comfortable with writing.
#2. Teach Your Child To Recognize Cast Members
When you visit the park for the first time, take your child up to a Cast Member and show them the badge. Teach them that in the invent that they can’t find you, they should look for a Cast Member with a name badge.
#3. Set Up A Meeting Place For Older Children
Each day, set a meeting place in the parks should you get separated. Even if you don’t intend to separate, the crowds can get thick and you might end up being forced apart. By having the meeting place, you can head there as soon as you can’t find one another and hopefully not lose too much valuable park time.
#4. Take A Picture Every Morning
Before leaving your resort room, take a picture of your child with your cell phone. If you get separated, you will have a fresh picture to show Cast Members who can help you locate your child faster.
Following these tips and your natural instinct, you should be able to keep your child safe at Disney World.