Lady and the Tramp Topiary at Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival
  • On Apr 5, 2022
    Catherine from PA 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'm trying to get my DAS pass but it's nearly impossible. Can you at least tell me what is needed to verify my disability? I'm an insulin dependent diabetic, am 65 years old, and have neuropathy in both feet making standing difficult.

    Hi Catherine! Welcome to planDisney.

    Oh Boy! In a few days, you are arriving at Walt Disney World Resort during The World's Most Magical Celebration. Create your own scavenger hunt game finding the golden Disney Fab 50 Character Collection statues at all four theme parks. They make fun and unique photo opportunities for lasting memories. Do not miss the specialty-themed treats found in the 50th Anniversary Celebration Sips and Bites Guide.

    Walt Disney World Resort works hard to make their vacations inclusive to everyone. I would absolutely recommend with your condition applying for the Disability Access Service (DAS) Pass to minimize your wait in queues. A Cast Member will simply interview you about your disability or health condition. If at all possible, I recommend you utilize the online pre-registration virtual meeting before your visit. You must complete this prior to two days before your first Disney Park Pass Reservation.  Before your call, verify everyone traveling with you is linked to your "Family & Friends List" in your My Disney Experience account. Here is a link to the Pre-Registration process when you are ready to join the queue to connect with a Cast Member. Live chat is available 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM Eastern Time. Wait times have been long, I recommend you try early or late in the day.

    If you do not complete this ahead of your visit, once you enter the park, please head straight to Guest Relations. A Cast Member will assist you with setting up your access to the service on-site. Here is a link to the attractions available to you with the Disability Access Service. If you need further assistance, please call Disability Services at (407) 560-2547.

    Your visit is during the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival. Stop by an outdoor kitchen for a fresh culinary delight to enjoy while strolling the park admiring the beautiful flowers and living topiaries.

    Keeping it Magical,

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Meet the Panelist: Cindy, Louisiana

Hey Guys, I'm Cindy (not the one from the castle) but a simple girl from Louisiana. I'm ready to help you navigate all things Walt Disney World Resort. Especially, if you love EPCOT festivals, adult trips, girls weekend getaways and my favorite runDisney weekends. So send me your questions, I'm here to help. Learn More About Cindy

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