Disabled person on Kilimanjaro Safari
  • On Apr 3, 2021
    Hallie from IN Asked

    How ma y people can be on the das pass? We have a groups of 15 (our own family, grandparents, aunt uncle and their kids) coming and I wasn’t sure if that many were allowed. Our son is the one that needs it. Thanks :)

    Hello there, Hallie! Welcome back to planDisney! We appreciate you taking the time to stop back by and allowing us to help you plan another visit to Walt Disney World Resort! 

    Walt Disney World Resort does a phenomenal job providing services to their Guests with disabilities! They have a wide variety of accommodations and access options based on each Guest’s individual needs that are incredibly helpful. I love that I do not have to be concerned about accessibility during my own family’s visits and can spend more time enjoying all of the memories we plan on making instead! 

    One of the options available is the Disability Access Service. This service is available to Guests that cannot wait in a conventional queue line due to their disability. When using this service, you will receive a return time for attractions based on the current wait time. This allows Guests to wait in an area that is most accessible for their needs while still experiencing the attractions they love! Guests that are interested in receiving the Disability Access Service can speak with a Cast Member at any main entrance Guest Relations locations. Here, you will be assisted in identifying whether the Disability Access Service is the best accommodation for you and if any other services would better suit your needs. 

    You can have up to six Guests included in your party when using the Disability Access Service. This means you can have five additional Guests plus the individual in need of this service. If you have special circumstances, you can bring this up when discussing your options at Guest Relations. It is important to keep in mind that all members of your party will need to be present at Guest Relations so they can be added to your Disability Access Service party. If you need to add someone at a later time, you will need to stop back by Guest Relations to have them added. 

    I hope this information assists you in planning a practically perfect trip to Walt Disney World Resort this summer! Be sure to let us know if we can answer any additional questions for you along the way!

    ~Wyatt
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Meet the Panelist: Wyatt, Colorado

Hello! I'm Wyatt and I'm so very excited to provide you with all the best tips and tricks for getting the very most out of your Disney World vacations! I'm married to a fellow Disney enthusiast and, while we don't have any human children yet, we are delighted to be pet parents. Professionally, I work in private practice as a mental health counselor. I'm also knowledgable regarding disability services and accessibility at Disney World due to my own history of chronic illness.  Learn More About Wyatt

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