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  • On Jan 17, 2015
    Emily from PA Asked

    My fiancé and I will be honeymooning in Disney World. My concern is that my fiancé has mobility issues due to cerebral palsy. He is able to walk unassisted but cannot stand in long lines. Should we get DAS? How does it work? Is doctor's note nece

    Hello there Emily, welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. It sounds like your honeymoon will be absolutely magical!

    If you are concerned that your new husband will have issues with standing in a conventional queue, you are more than welcome to stop by Guest Relations at the main entrance to any of the parks and register for a Disability Access Service Card. Disney does not require any documentation of the disability; they will honor your word. 

    What will happen is your husband will register and get his photo taken for the Disability Access Service Card. Having this card will allow both you and your husband to return to an attraction based on the posted wait time minus ten minutes. So, for example, say you want to ride The Haunted Mansion, and the standby wait time is 45 minutes. You will receive a return time of 35 minutes. You can grab a snack, watch a parade, or enjoy an attraction while you wait. After you finish the attraction you can receive a return time for another attraction. You can use this service in addition to FastPass+. 

    I hope this answers your question. If you need anything else feel free to stop by.

    I hope your honeymoon is everything you've dreamed of and more.
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Meet the Panelist: Sarah, Indiana

I am a recent graduate from Ball State University and mother to my 5-year-old son. We love all things Disney and when we aren’t watching Disney films or planning our next vacation, we love to go to touring Disney shows. I also love to cook, listen to music, read books, and paint. With my experience planning vacations and navigating the parks from a single parent’s perspective, I hope to be able to add a little “pixie dust” to your vacation! Learn More About Sarah

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