Couple on Dumbo
  • On Aug 12, 2019
    Samantha Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    I will be 6 months pregnant when i visit Disney World Florida (booked and paid for before we fell pregnant) and have seen an 'Easy Access Pass' for Disney :and Paris but cant seem to find anything for one for Florida, is this service offered?

    ChEARs Samantha!

    So many Congratulations to you on your pregnancy!!! I love that you are celebrating your mini-Mickey or mini-Minnie at the Most Magical Place on Earth! I visited Walt Disney World both times I was pregnant, and while I made some adjustments, had a fabulous time!

    I looked up the Easy Access Card that you referred to. At Disneyland Paris, this allows a Guest with a temporary illness to access attractions via a specially-adapted entrance. Think Guests in casts, or those who temporarily need wheelchairs, etc. The closest thing to this at Walt Disney World is the Disability Access Service (DAS) Card. The card is for Guests who are unable to wait in a standard queue. It allows them to come back at a designated time. To receive a DAS Card, Guests participate in a registration process (which includes a photo), and a discussion with Guest Relations to see if they are eligible for the service. 

    Hopefully, everything progresses beautifully with your pregnancy, and you will not need the DAS Card. If you find that you tire easily while walking the Parks, you might want to consider a wheelchair rental to make the commutes between attractions easier. I found that if I kept hydrated, ate tasty snacks, and took short breaks that the day went smoothly! One of my favorite spots to take a break is the Baby Care Centers in each of the four Theme Parks. They are air-conditioned, have bathrooms, and a great snack room.

    Most importantly, Samantha, take advantage of FastPass+ service! If you are a Walt Disney World Resort Hotel Guest, you can make selections up to 60 days before your arrival. If you are staying off-site, you can choose 30 days prior. This way, there is minimal wait in line and less chance for you to tire out. Above all, make sure you, your partner, and your doctor are all on board with your plans before you visit.

    I wish you a magical vacation!

    Dr. Rayna
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Meet the Panelist: Rayna, Florida

Hi y'all! I'm Rayna: wife, mom, anesthesiologist, and long-time Disney enthusiast. I've lived all over the country, but these days life has my family of seven in Florida. We're fantastically close to the most magical place on earth, and as Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club members we couldn't be happier about it. We've visited almost every Disney Vacation Club resort, so I'm thrilled to be here doing what I do best: Helping plan magical vacations. Learn More About Rayna

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