I am a single grandmother, handicapped, with custody of grandchild (7 yrs old). When we traveled to Disney (just the two of us) the GAC worked, how will this new pass accommodate us?
- Asked by Jacalyn from MI on 10/7/2013
With the new system, Guests in wheelchairs or ECVs who are able to wait in standard queues where available, will not need a Disability Access Service (DAS) Card. If there are queues that require Guests in wheelchairs or ECVs to... read more
I'll be going to Disney World Dec 2014. I have two autistic kids and two other kids. I'm worried about the new system for special needs. Neither of my special needs kids can stand in line and one of them can't handle loud noises. What should I expect?
- Asked by Casie from OK on 10/15/2013
Being the Mom of a son with special needs, I understand your concerns. Disney World is a great place to visit for Guests with special needs including those with Cognitive Disabilities. They have put together A Resource for Guests with... read more
my 6 year old has Juv Rheumotoid arthritis and her pain is unbearable if standing for long periods of time, how will the new guest assistance program accomodate my daughter?
- Asked by george from FL on 10/14/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel George!
Bless her little heart! If your daughter is unable to wait in a regular queue due to not being able to stand for long periods of time, you should go to Guest Relations to obtain a Disability Access... read more
The old GAC- we used the wheelchair entrance and then waited to board a ride or FP line. DS is mobile but uses a pushchair. How do we use the new system, and can DS have a DAS and use "stroller as wheelchair" because it looks like a jog stroller
- Asked by Anne from MA on 10/12/2013
I have a son with Cerebral Palsy who uses a stroller as a wheelchair. I was at Disney a couple of days before the new system went into place and asked that question. The Cast Member (CM) I spoke with told me that we should still visit... read more
With the new DAS card, do you have to complete one ride before you can get a wait time on another ride? That will seem to really make a disabled person miss out on alot of things if it is one at a time.
- Asked by Pam from PA on 10/5/2013
I have a son with Cerebral Palsy and we've always found Disney to be a great place for special needs Guests. Over the years, we have grown accustomed to using the Guest Assistance Card (GAC) and were comfortable going to the parks because... read more