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  • On Apr 18, 2015
    Jessica from TX Asked

    Please explain the new disability card? I am traveling to WDW for the 11th time with a child with Autism. We used the old card a lot, but need to know how to prepare for the new card!

    Hi Jessica,

    Welcome home and congratulations on your upcoming 11th visit to Walt Disney World!  The new Disability Access Service Card (DAS) is available to Guests who are unable to wait in the conventional queue.  The Disney Parks Blog has a wonderful article for you to read in this link entitled Disability Access Service Card Fact Sheet.  It is important to note that you may use your DAS Card and the FastPass+ system to minimize your child's wait at attractions.

    Another link that may be helpful in planning your upcoming trip is Disney Park's Services for Guests with Autism and Cognitive Disabilities.  Be sure to download the Guide for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities at the bottom of the linked page.  There is a wealth of information about visiting the Walt Disney World Resort with your child including information about Rider Switch, accessing attractions, and stroller and wheelchair rental.

    Thank you for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your great question.  Please let us know if you have any further Disney vacation planning questions, we are always happy to help!

    Blessings,
    Brenda ºOº
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Meet the Panelist: Brenda, Missouri

I fell in love with Walt Disney World on my very first visit, which took place during my honeymoon. Since then we have added 4 "mouseketeers" to our family and have come to appreciate what a great value a Walt Disney World vacation can be on a budget. As a Physical Therapist and a mom of a large family, I would love to help you plan your next magical trip! Learn More About Brenda

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