I Travel to Disney every year with my daughter, who has autism. She is the type who obsesses about everything and I am worried about the new photo. Can we get the Photo and Disability Card in the Resort or just at the parks.Easier for her at resort.
- Asked by dave from NY on 11/25/2013
Hi Dave ~
As the Mom of a special needs son, I completely understand how a special needs child can obsess and stress over things. Its always great to plan ahead and avoid stress whenever possible.
The Disability Access Service (DAS) Card is... read more
I have a ? on DAS. I read that there is really no return time given, so how do I know when to return. Also will the DAS card work for my whole visit or do I need to get a new 1 every day I enter the different parks? Also can you get a DAS from your hotel
- Asked by Christine on 11/24/2013
My family recently returned from a very magical 2-week visit to Walt Disney World Resort. My husband is disabled and we used the Disability Access Service (DAS) Card at several attractions in each of the 4 Disney theme parks. I can... read more
Can I ride my electric mobility cart on the water taxi? Specifically from the Polynesian to MK?
- Asked by judy from NJ on 11/25/2013
Disney's Polynesian Resort happens to be my favorite resort hotel in all of Walt Disney World. Don't get me wrong, I love the other resort hotels, but this one holds a special place in my heart.
Unfortunately, the water taxis that run... read more
Hi, we'll be around in December and I heard and read that WDW CAN accomodate families with ADHD children. I plan to ask my pediatrician to write a letter but we are French speaking (as the MD). Will it be a problem with the Guest Relations services?
- Asked by Caroline from QC on 11/24/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Caroline ~
Disney is committed to assisting Guests with all types of special needs including those with Cognitive Disabilities. They have put together A Resource for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities... read more
Hi Moms! Since I last visited WDW, I am unable to queue for long periods in the sunshine due to cancer, would the GAC apply to me and would my family go through the normal line and I meet them at the ride vehicle or can we wait together in a shady place?
- Asked by Kerri on 11/23/2013
Thanks so much for your question. Since your last visit, there have been some changes to Disney Parks' policy with regard to providing access to attractions for guests with disabilities. To better serve guests with disabilities, Disney... read more