My son had sensory issues when we were younger and we had to do a number of things to make it a good experience for him. For him, sounds were the issue so we had a ton of foam earplugs. Any ride or show that was loud, the earplugs came out. We also tried to find quiet places to rest periodically so he could give his system a chance to recharge (the people mover is actually a good one for that, as is carousel of progress and Hall of Presidents). We didn't have him near the fireworks for a number of years because they were a nightmare for him. I do think a lot of people who are "crying wolf" are the ones that would always say "we just want our needs accommodated" when really what they meant was "we just want to go to the front of the line because we don't want to stand in line". Honestly, if you don't want to stand in line, don't go, because you're gonna have lines - either for rides or food, or even the freakin bathroom!!