I am a mother of a special needs child. I have read about the new policy that Disney has installed. I can not say that she will have issues or not but my question is do you think II should get the card as a just incase thing.
- Asked by Jennifer from PA on 11/9/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Jennifer ~
As the Mom of a special needs child, I've learned that every Mom knows their child better than anyone. However, that doesn't mean that you can predict how your child is going to react in... read more
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
We are surprising our kids with a trip to Disney for Christmas. I am suppose to have shoulder surgery within the next month, and I am not sure if I will be out of my brace. Is there anyway that I can get a GAC card or is that not allowed?
- Asked by maryann from OH on 10/28/2013
Hi, Maryann! Walt Disney World no longer uses the Guest Assistance Card for guests with disabilities. In use now is the Disability Access Services Card. This card can be obtained at the Guest Services location at the theme... read more
My wife has recently been declared legally blind. I understand that we may ask for a GAC for appropriate seating in attractions with mainly a video element. Are there the same accommodations for events such as parades or Celebrate the Magic?
- Asked by Jeff on 6/24/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Jeff!
Disney World is a great place to visit for Guests with special needs and they do their best to accommodate as many of those needs as possible.
Disney offers several different types of services... read more
Will be in WDW March 2014 and 2 of my children have CP. Hoping to use the DAS. Are there any maps that show where the new DAS kiosk are located within each park?
- Asked by Dana from IN on 10/9/2013
I have a son with Cerebral Palsy and we've always found Disney World (WDW) to be a great place for special needs Guests. The Disability Access Service (DAS) at WDW will work a little different than Disneyland's DAS. At WDW, you'll... read more