Disabled little girl with Cinderella
  • On Jan 17, 2019
    Charles from NL Asked

    Hello, If 2 people in a group have a DAS can the group have 2 return times (one for each person with a DAS) or only one return time at a time. Is there any point for both people to have their own DAS or is 1 all that is allowed?

    Hi there, Charles! Welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel and thanks for allowing us to help you plan your Walt Disney World Resort vacation!

    Walt Disney World Resort has a steadfast dedication to providing an inclusive environment for all Guests and making all feel welcome. I have experienced firsthand just how great Walt Disney World Resort treats Guests with disabilities and can say that this is one of the primary reasons I return year after year. With that being said, the Disability Access Service is the next evolution in providing Guests with disabilities the best experience possible when visiting the parks. This service is designed to accommodate Guests that are unable to wait in a traditional queue line due to disability. Guests seeking a Disability Access Service card may stop by Guest Relations at the front of any park and speak with a Cast Member about their specific needs. 

    Technically, the Disability Access Service card is assigned to an individual Guest’s ticket and works via the MagicBand system. A member of the Disability Access Service cardholder’s party may obtain a return time for an attraction but the cardholder must board the attraction with his or her party. I would recommend both Guests that are in need of a Disability Access Service card register for one with Guest Relations. That way, both Guests will be able to experience separate attractions if they would like to do so. 

    Hopefully this provides a bit more insight into the Disability Access Service!

    ~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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