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  • My sister has Multiple Sclerosis and we considering getting the DAS card since standing in line for more than 30 min is not possible. I understand it works similar to the Fast Pass. Would she have to then ride alone or can she bring someone(s) with her?
  • - Asked by Megan from Missouri on 1/22/2014
  • Hi Megan!

    The Disability Access Service Card (DASC) would be a great option for your sister.  Your sister will be the holder of the card, and it will allow access for her, and members of her travel party to experience an attraction.  Her picture and name will be on the front of the card, as well as her travel party size.  You can get one at Guest Services at any of the parks, and will be good for your length of stay.  

    I strongly suggest using the DASC in concert with FASTPASS+ to minimize wait times, and make the vacation a bit easier for your sister.

    If you have any additional questions, please feel free to reach out!  You can also check the DASC Frequently Asked Questions for additional information.  

    Have a magical vacation!
    Amanda
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