Are there any rides that do not allow a person with a waterproof cast on their leg to ride? Are they still allowed on the attractions in the water park(s) also?
- Asked by Dina on 5/28/2013
Hello, Dina! Welcome to the Moms Panel!
First, I am so sorry to hear that you or somebody else in your party will be visiting Walt Disney World in a cast. I am sure that was not in your plans. No worries! Disney always wants to... read more
I have Rheumatoid Arthritis and we will be staying outside the park. We will probally be driving and using the parking lots. The concern that I have is the walk from where we park to the entrance and if it would be better to park in the handicap area.
- Asked by Traci from TN on 5/16/2013
You'll be thrilled to know that there are trams that run from all of the parking lots at the Theme Parks as well as the Ticket & Transportation Center parking. These trams take you and drop you off very close to the front entrance... read more
We visited Disney this past November and my son received a DAS pass. I noticed there is a QR code on it. Should I save his DAS and bring it with us on our next trip or will they have his information saved in the system?
- Asked by Debbie from GA on 1/3/2014
Hi Debbie ~
I am so happy to hear you're already thinking ahead for your next trip to Disney!
Because I have a son with several types of disabilities, assisting Guests with disabilities is near and dear to my heart. I try to spend some... read more
My family are all coming to disney on January. My son has autism so he will have to get a DAS card and a stroller as a wheelchair card. How does the DAS work if a ride doesn't have a fastpass kiosk.
- Asked by Heidi from ME on 11/16/2013
Hi Heidi ~
January will be here before you know it and I'm glad to see you're planning ahead.
First visit Guest Relations at the first theme park you visit during your trip to request a Disability Access Service (DAS) Card . They... read more
As the mother of a child with a disability, I have a concern about the new DAS card. Will Disney also place a photo of a parent/guardian on a card? I believe it could be beneficial to have both - safety for the child and to eliminate abuse of the system.
- Asked by michelle from VA on 10/9/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Michelle!
As a Mom of a child with several different types of disabilities, I completely understand your concerns. It will take some time to adjust to the new Disability Access Service (DAS) Card but I... read more