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  • On Jun 20, 2022
    Denisse from NV Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How can I get a disability pass inorder to mot have to stan in line. Im 32 weeks pregnant.

    Hi Denisse, and welcome to planDisney! Congratulations on your pregnancy, we wish you all the best in your final weeks! Visiting Disneyland Resort as a final "hurrah" before baby comes is always an exciting adventure!

    Denisse, the Disability Access Service (DAS) Program at Disneyland Resort is catered to guests who have different disabilities that makes it hard for them to stand in lines, including cognitive, hearing, mobility, and light sensitivity as a few examples. Unfortunately, pregnancy is not deemed as a disability, and is not a part of the DAS program. However, what you can do is look into wheelchair or ECV scooter rentals to make travel throughout Disneyland Park and Disney's California Adventure Park easier for you. You can find the rental area for both options just outside the theme parks, on the east side of the Disneyland Park main entrance. The cost of a manual wheelchair is $15, and ECV is $60 (with sales tax for the ECV rental fee). You will also need a deposit of $20 for both, and it is refundable. Keep in mind prices are always subject to change. Rentals are also on a first come, first serve basis, so I suggest getting to the rental area ahead of park opening so you can pick which one will work best for you that day. Take a look at this list to see what rides and attractions you will be able to stay seated for, and which ones require a transfer from the wheelchair/ECV to the attraction.

    Denisse, I hope all of this information helps you today! Congratulations on your little one, and have a magical visit to Disneyland!

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Meet the Panelist: Frances, North Carolina

Hey ya'll, y bienvenidos a planDisney! My name is Frances, I am a mom, teacher and military spouse from Texas who currently calls the Tarheel state home. My family and I enjoy visiting the Walt Disney World Resort as often as we can because we love the joy and magic every trip brings us. We consider Walt Disney World to be our "home away from home!" If you are dreaming of adventure in the great wide somewhere, then you have got a friend in me! I enjoy sharing my passion for Disney with everyone I meet! Learn More About Frances

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