Child in wheelchair watching parade
  • On Jan 6, 2019
    Rachael from OH Asked

    We are excited to take our daughter to WDW just before her third birthday! I have researched DAS pass and feel it will help our family. I understand the requirements but wondering if my daughter will qualify at her age with no ticket to link it to?

    Hello there, Rachael! Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel and thank you for sending in your question! 

    Disney’s commitment to providing magical experiences for every single Guest is something that has personally inspired me to return to Walt Disney World Resort time and time again. As someone that has chronic illness, I understand just how important accessibility can be in all aspects of life but particularly when going on vacation. Disney Parks Disability Access Service (DAS) Card is another step in promoting an inclusive environment where all Guests feel welcome. The Disability Access Service program allows accommodations for Guests with disabilities who cannot wait in conventional queue environments. Guests with this service will be given a return time for an attraction based upon current wait times and may return to experience the attraction at this assigned time. 

    Disability Access Service cards are not tracked by a Guest’s ticket but, instead, utilize the MagicBand system. So, as long as your daughter has her own MagicBand, she can receive a Disability Access Service card. In order to discuss the Disability Access Service and verify that your daughter qualifies for it, stop by any Guest Relations main entrance location. Upon arrival, a Cast Member will assess your daughter’s specific needs and make sure she is provided with the best accommodations possible. 

    I hope your family has a very magical birthday vacation! Let us know if we can help provide you with any other information!

    ~Wyatt 
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Meet the Panelist: Wyatt, Colorado

Hello! I'm Wyatt and I'm so very excited to provide you with all the best tips and tricks for getting the very most out of your Disney World vacations! I'm married to a fellow Disney enthusiast and, while we don't have any human children yet, we are delighted to be pet parents. Professionally, I work in private practice as a mental health counselor. I'm also knowledgable regarding disability services and accessibility at Disney World due to my own history of chronic illness.  Learn More About Wyatt

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