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  • On Nov 5, 2015
    Angeline from Hampshire Asked

    I am bring a young adult with anxiety disorder and aspergers to experience the magic of Disneyworld this Christmas. I am worried he will become stressed and anxious when waiting for the rides and shows. What do you advise?

    Hi Angeline!

    Thank you for bringing your question to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Walt Disney World is committed to making sure that every guest will have a magical time at the most magical place on Earth!  Disney has a team dedicated to helping guests with disabilities have the best time possible.  

    You will want to research the DAS (Disability Access Service) Card.  Please visit this post about DAS Cards on the Disney Parks Blog and also check out this information guide to obtaining a DAS Card.  These are both full of wonderful information on how to get and use a card for your young adult.  

    You can also call Disney Disability Services at 407-560-2547 with any questions you may have.

    I hope this information helps!  Please let me know if you have any other questions.  
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Meet the Panelist: Lori, Indiana

I am currently a homeschool, soccer mom to two active teenage boys. My family loves everything about Disney! Walt Disney World, Disneyland, runDisney, Disney Cruise Line and Disney Vacation Club have been a part of countless magical memories for us through the years. I cannot wait to help you make your own magical memories at Walt Disney World! Learn More About Lori

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