• On Jul 29, 2016
    Lori from NC Asked

    I have a son who is turning twelve and can't ride the more challenging rides due to his autism. Is there an child age limit for the parent swap passes? We'd have to have one because we can't leave him alone either, for the same reason.

    Greetings, Lori,

    Walt Disney World Resort strives to afford all Guests a positive and inclusive visit with their Services for Guests with Disabilities, containing many helpful planning tools. One such aid is Disney's Rider Switch Service which your travel party including your son may utilize, as it is for any Guest who can't or is unable to board an attraction, rest assured.

    May I also offer Disney's Disability Access Service, which I find helpful for my Autistic son when he is unable to wait in the conventional attraction queue. To inquire about this service (DAS), please head over, with your entire travel party, to any Guest Relations inside any Disney theme park to speak to a Cast Member regarding your situation. Best of all, you are able to utilize both the Disability Access Service and Disney's FastPass+ Planning where all attraction return times will be stored on your MagicBands. 

    The My Disney Experience mobile app resembles a Visual Schedule board and allows us manageability and control over our plans during our visit and I rely heavily on the Resource for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities for my vacation planning.

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Hello there, I'm Jacqueline from Ontario! I am passionate about Walt Disney World Resort. Each of our Disney Parks vacations have been unique and memorable, bonding our family in ways like no other vacation. Disney vacations quickly became an annual tradition, and we always look forward to our next Disney Parks and Disney Cruise Line vacation! I would be so happy and honored to help you plan your magical Walt Disney World Resort vacation.

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