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  • On Nov 9, 2020
    Sai from Essex Asked

    A member in my party has IBS even if we go to the loo before getting in a queue there is a possibility he will need to come out I do not wish to ride by myself and do not wish to lose my space either is there any thing we can do should this occur as no FP

    Hey Sai!

    Welcome back to planDisney!

    Everyone at Walt Disney World Resort aims to provide a comfortable, inclusive and magical experience for all Guests, and this is why the Disability Access Service (DAS) was introduced, and this will definitely help make your theme park experiences more manageable.

    Your friend will need to visit the Guest Relations inside the main entrance of any theme park (you can locate them using the Guidemaps for each park: Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park) to discuss their needs. You will only need to visit Guest Relations once.  If DAS is approved, there will be a registration process, following which you are free to enjoy your day at the park.  When you arrive at any attraction, talk to the Cast Member at the entrance, and you will be given a return time, therefore avoiding any need to stand in a queue.  This is such a good system and should really enhance your time at any theme park.

    Please come back and visit us if you have any further questions.  We are always happy to help!

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