Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Another DAS question, please. I have read it is good for 7 days and I've also heard 14 days. We are staying for 9 days. Can it be renewed to accommodate my autistic DS for 9 days?
- - Asked by Jaynee from Indiana on 10/5/2013
- Hi, Jaynee!
I'm sorry there has been conflicting information about the length of validity of the new Disability Access Service (DAS) Card. I can confirm that the DAS Card will be valid for up to 14 days, depending on the type of tickets you have. So if you have valid park tickets covering the 9 days of your visit (assuming you plan to be in the parks every day), then you won't need to request another DAS Card for your son during your stay.
By the way, I'd just like to give you kudos for planning ahead and being proactive as a parent of a child with autism. I honestly believe that doing some pre-planning work and research go a long way toward ensuring a magical trip and positive experience. So please don't hesitate to write back with any other questions or concerns. The Moms Panel is here to help your family with all your vacation planning needs.
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