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
I am visiting WDW very soon and I do have back problems, I need to use a cane. Is there anything I can do to avoid staris while on my visit? Or do I need a dr note for a disability tag?
- Asked by Savannah on 3/19/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Savannah!
Disney World is a great place for Guests with special needs including those with limited mobility. They have done a good job of making their parks and resorts as accessible as... read more
Staying at Beach Club. Can I access the guest relations window at International Gateway WITHOUT having to use my park ticket? I would like to see them re:GAC the night before we actually head into the parks (thought this would be easier).Thx for your help.
- Asked by JanaLee from ON on 4/28/2013
You will love the Beach Club Resort! It is only a short walk away to Epcot. You can definitely visit the Guest Relations area at the International Gateway for Epcot without using your park ticket. The Guest Relations area is ahead of the entrance to... read more
Hi, we are traveling to Florida in february 2014, with my 6 year old who has down syndrome. Please can you let us know if we will be able to get assistance and will not have to stand in the main queues, I heard the rules are changing re special needs?
- Asked by Michael from Warwickshire on 9/29/2013
Having a son with special needs, I completely understand your concerns. The new Disability Access Service (DAS) Card will officially replace the Guess Assistance Card on October 9th, 2013. If your son has difficulty waiting in line,... read more
Hi, I am coming to Disney world with my 4 children in March. They are 15,15 12 and 6. One of the 15 year old twins has Down Syndrome. And uses a stroller because of low muscle tone, is there a way I can use the stroller as a wheelchair and limit transfers?
- Asked by Selha from PA on 1/9/2014
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Selha ~
I have a son with Cerebral Palsy who uses a stroller as a wheelchair. When you arrive at the first theme park during your visit, go to Guest Relations and request a band that will indicate to Cast... read more