My son is disabled (only uses a wheelchair for long distances) and has global developmental delays. He is 4 but about a year behind and still in nappies. Would he be accepted into the under 3s play group
There's usually no problem at all with putting him with a different age group. The people in charge of those programs are very good and always willing to work with families. We've never had any problems with families who have children wanting to be together that would normally be in two different age groups. The age classifications are usually more as a guideline than set in stone, at least on most cruise lines. Some are a bit more harder to work with than others, but RCCL is one of the better ones.
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