• On Jan 3, 2017
    Amanda from TN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    My 2yo daughter has physical and cognitive impairments; she is low tone so she wears out extremely easily, but also has SPD and ASD. I'm trying to coordinate DAS and FP+, going during low crowds, but worried it might not be enough; any other tips?

    Welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Amanda, we thank you for this important question.

    I fully empathize with your situation, being a mother of an Autistic teen, and can fully attest to my son's remarkable social and developmental improvements during our visits to both Walt Disney World Resort and Disney Cruise Line.

    Disney's efforts to afford all Guests an inclusive and enjoyable experience are sincere. I rely heavily on Disney's Services for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities with particular attention to the helpful Attraction Details Guide and Resource for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities. You'll find great tips and advice for itinerary planning and ways to make visits more comfortable.

    I utilize Disney's Disability Access Service (DAS) in conjunction with my FastPass+ selections and find that we are able to tour with good flow between attractions and resting when necessary at all Theme Park Baby Care Centers.

    Please feel free to ask for more assistance, Amanda.

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Hello there, I'm Jacqueline from Ontario! I am passionate about Walt Disney World Resort. Each of our Disney Parks vacations have been unique and memorable, bonding our family in ways like no other vacation. Disney vacations quickly became an annual tradition, and we always look forward to our next Disney Parks and Disney Cruise Line vacation! I would be so happy and honored to help you plan your magical Walt Disney World Resort vacation.

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