Hi, My son is 18 years old and graduating from high school this year. He is mentally handicapped (IQ 50) but has no serious physical/emotional problems. Most people in his condition just go on government support, but I have always wanted him to get a real job. I have been training him at home to do cooking and cleaning. He has learned to make the following with little or no help: 1. burgers 2. fries (with the home fryer, similar to the professional version), 3. chicken nuggets, 4. potato salad, 5. jello He can read a list of ingredients and follow them, but cannot follow a whole recipe. And as to cleaning, he can clean off and wipe tables and other surfaces, mop floors, put dishes in the dish washer and get them out and put them back where they should go, take out garbage. He can talk, but not very well because he lacks understanding. He can tell people where the bathroom or the soda fountain is, for example. He is a happy person and most find him pleasant. My son is a hard worker. He has been practicing the piano for 8 years, 2 to 3 hours a day. I feel that he can work at something that is very repetitive with little skill required, like working at, say, the food court of Pop Century. We have been going to Pop Century yearly for 8 years, and I feel confident that my son can manage to work there with some training. But I have not been able to find out how to do that. The disney job websites only advertise advanced positions such as chefs. I just want my son to make minimum wage, that's all! He can't do the Disney college internship program; he is nowhere near smart enough. Is there a CM out there who knows how to get a job at a WDW quick service place? Doesn't matter where. I am planning to move to Florida so that my son can work at WDW. Not right away, I just want some information because I haven't been able to find a thing online myself. Thanks! Later edit: I am thinking about WDW because I haven't been able to find work locally for my son because we live in a small town where there isn't a lot of work that he can do. Our restaurants and hotels are very small with few customers compared to Disney. I feel that WDW hires so many people that he can surely find something there! But, I could be wrong about that, of course.