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  • On Sep 23, 2023
    Rodrigo from RN Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    About DAS. Both me and my son have autism spectrum desorder. If I travel to disney with him and my wife and we both register at DAS, will we have 2 or 4 DAS advanced pass? Also will we be abble to ask for return hours for 2 attractions at the sam time time

    Hi there, Rodrigo!  Thanks for bringing your question to planDisney!

    One of the things I love most about Walt Disney World Resort is the way that they go above and beyond to make the magic accessible to everyone.  My son is on the autism spectrum, and when I visit the Walt Disney World theme parks with him, we use Disability Access Service (DAS).  This accommodation is intended for Guests who, due to a disability, cannot wait in a traditional queue environment.

    While registering for DAS at Guest Relations upon arrival is still an option for all Guests, currently, Guests residing in the United States and Canada also have the option to preregister for DAS.  This preregistration takes place via a live video chat with a Cast Member 2-30 days prior to a theme park visit.  Guests who preregister for DAS may also make up to two DAS Advance experience selections per day of their visit. 

    Since each Guest's situation is unique, I recommend reaching out to a Disability Services Cast Member to discuss your specific needs.  You can either do so during your DAS preregistration video chat, or you can find phone and email contact information on this Services for Guests with Disabilities webpage.  If you and your son plan to split up to experience different attractions while visiting the Walt Disney World theme parks, then it might make sense for you to each register for your own DAS account.  However, this might not be necessary if your family wishes to stay together throughout your theme park visit.

    If you register for two separate accounts, the Disability Services Cast Members may allow you to each make two DAS Advance selections.  However, when booking your DAS ride return times during your theme park visit, each member of your party can only be included in one return party at a time.  While you and your son could each book a return time at the same time if you wish to experience two separate attractions, I don't believe the system will allow you to be included in each other's return parties at the same time.  

    The Disability Services Cast Members are wonderful at making sure that all Guests have access to the accommodations that will help them enjoy their theme park visit.  I'm certain that if you reach out to them, they will be able to advise you on the best way to meet your family's specific needs.  If you have any other vacation planning questions, please feel free to visit planDisney again.  Wishing you and your family a magical Walt Disney World Resort vacation!

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