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  • On Mar 29, 2021
    Shelby from OH Asked

    Hello! My daughter is 9 and has a bladder issue that causes her to not be able to hold it. Is she eligible for the DAS pass? Trying to plan accordingly. thank you!

    Hiya Shelby! Welcome to planDisney.

    As a fellow mama to a 9-year-old, I’m sending a warm hello and Mickey-shaped high-five. I want to help you make sure your sweet kiddo enjoys every minute of her Walt Disney World Resort vacation and not worry about her condition. You are going to have the BEST time together in only a few more days – woo-hoo!

    I visited the Walt Disney World Resort with a family member with a condition that required her to need very frequent restroom breaks, so I get it. Let me reassure you that with a little planning, this is very manageable. You’ll want to stop at Guest Relations to request Disability Access Service for your Princess; they will walk you through the steps and answer any questions so you’re comfortable with the process. I can’t speak to eligibility determination, but if you explain your daughter’s issue with waiting for extended periods, a Cast Member will be happy to assist you. In this helpful answer, my dear friend Missy walks you through the process.

    Since you may need frequent restroom breaks, I highly recommend familiarizing yourself with the theme park maps in the My Disney Experience Mobile App. On our visit, my sister-in-law’s catchphrase was “Robyn, where’s the loo?” As the resident “walking park map,” I was happy to point her in the right direction. You can filter the park map in the app to view restroom locations, and it’s a good idea to review the maps before your visit so you become familiar with those locations. 

    This might sound a little strange, but Walt Disney World Resort restrooms are actually great places to spot fantastic Disney details. Outside and around the “Tangled Toilets” near “it’s a small world,” there are some amazing Tangled details, including several hidden Pascals. The restrooms in Toy Story Land have so many fun details, including “cooties” toys. I never tire of these Disney details!

    I hope you and your kiddo have the best time later this month! I know you’re getting so excited, and as you count down the days and get ready for the magic to begin, please come back and see us if you think of any further questions. 

    Wishing you a magical vacation,
    Robyn
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Meet the Panelist: Robyn, Virginia

Hi there! I'm Robyn, and I am so excited to share my love of all things Disney with you! My proud military family loves going on Disney adventures that include enchanting moments, laughter and happy tears, and all the pineapple and Mickey-shaped snacks we can find. It's my pleasure to help you plan the most magical and unforgettable vacation in the Disney Parks. Learn More About Robyn

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