I have a 4 year old in a wheelchair that is in diapers. Other than the tables in the bathrooms (that I cannot lift him up to, is there somewhere else that is available that I can change him in/at?
- Asked by Lisa from CA on 2/28/2014
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Lisa ~ I have a son with several types of disabilities and completely understand your needs. You are welcome to go to a First Aid Location in the parks. They have larger changing tables that can accommodate... read more
Hi! My mom uses the handicap pass for the rides. In May, we have a group of 13 people going to WDW. Will we be able to ride together using her pass? If we can't we probably won't even see each other.
- Asked by MICHELLE from LA on 3/4/2014
Hi Michelle ~ May will be here before you know it and I'm happy to see you're planning ahead. I am not sure of the date of your last visit but the Guest Assistance Card (GAC) has now been replaced by the Disability Access Service Card... read more
Another DAS question, please. I have read it is good for 7 days and I've also heard 14 days. We are staying for 9 days. Can it be renewed to accommodate my autistic DS for 9 days?
- Asked by Jaynee from IN on 10/5/2013
I'm sorry there has been conflicting information about the length of validity of the new Disability Access Service (DAS) Card. I can confirm that the DAS Card will be valid for up to 14 days, depending on the type of tickets you have.... read more
Hi just wondering if there are any power chairs to rent in the Disney parks which use a joystick for steering?
- Asked by penny from TX on 2/13/2014
Hi Penny! Thank you for writing in to the Moms Panel, I think you have a very good question. The electric conveyance vehicles, ECVs/"scooters", that are rented in Walt Disney World have handle-bar type steering. For more... read more
We are traveling to WDW in April 2014 with our sons, 8 and 9. Our youngest son is diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder and ADHD. He can not tolerate waiting in line. I have heard there are changes to the disability pass. How will this effect him?
- Asked by Elaine from MA on 1/1/2014
The new Disabilities Access Service Card (DAS) is a modification of the former Guest Access Card (GAC). The DAS allows guests to receive a return time based on the current posted wait time at an attraction... read more