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  • On Oct 16, 2023
    Samantha from NY Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I got a Das pass for my son 2 turning 3 but since he can't go on everything should i get a das pass for myself as well for my diabetes? this way were covered for all rides?

    Welcome to planDisney Samantha. Thank you for stopping in with your questions about DAS. 

    Walt Disney World Resort has an unwavering commitment to ensure a welcoming, inclusive environment accessible to all guests. The Disability Access Service also known as (DAS) is a program available to guests who have difficulty tolerating extended waits in conventional queues. While this is an available service for the DAS guest and their party. The DAS guest would have to board the attraction or experience with you. If you have already registered your son, you will go through the same process for yourself. You can pre-register up to 30 days before your arrival date but no less than 2 days. 

    Some of those attractions that your son may not be able to go on like Seven Dwarfs Mine Train will have smaller attractions nearby for another adult to take your little one to while you enjoy the thrill ride. Two great examples are The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Mad Tea Party. These are just steps away from the entrance to the rollercoaster and only take a couple of minutes. This way there is no waiting around and everyone can still have fun. 

    If you need any other tips or have any other questions about your visit, revisit us at planDisney.com anytime. 

    Have a magical day,

    Jeremy A. 
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Meet the Panelist: Jeremy, New Jersey

Bright Suns travelers! I'm Jeremy from Jersey, a lifelong Disney fan. Father to 3 amazing kids, and husband to my wife of 14 years. I've been sharing the Walt Disney World Resort with my family for 17 years to join in the wonder and joy the parks have brought me my entire life. Consider me here to help with all you travel questions from Batuu to Cinderella Castle. Whether it's teenagers, toddlers, or your middle-aged cousins. Helping you find your version of magic is my mission. Learn More About Jeremy

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