Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Aug 12, 2015
    Heather from SC Asked

    I would like to know what kind of disabilities the Disability pass covers? I have a niece with Autism and she is really bad with standing in Line. We have figured this out with our last trip to a theme park.

    Hi Heather,
    You'll be glad to know that the Disability Access Service (DAS) Card is available to guests that ask for one at Guest Relations at the main entrance of all of the theme parks. It covers both apparent and non-apparent disabilities and your niece will qualify for a card. The card is valid for up to 14 days. I highly recommend using the DAS Card in conjunction with the FastPass+ service if you are interested in riding multiple attractions each day during your stay. The Cast Members working the attractions are very helpful and accommodating and I'm sure you will find your wait times more bearable with the DAS Card.

    If your niece has any additional sensitivities associated with her autism, you may find this guide helpful during your stay. I believe printed copies are available at Guest Relations upon request. 

    Happy planning!!

    Best Wishes,
    Amy B.
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Meet the Panelist: Amy, Florida

I’ve grown up in Central Florida and have been visiting Disney Parks for over 30 years. Now that I’m a mom myself of a blended family with four kids, I love sharing Disney’s year-round special events with my family. Some of our favorite events are Star Wars Weekends, the Food and Wine Festival and Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Let me help you plan something extraordinary for your next Disney Parks vacation! Learn More About Amy

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