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  • On Jan 23, 2024
    Elena from Northamptonshire Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Can you get a pass to avoid standing in long queues with a diagnosis of tourettes, adhd and ocd?

    Hello Elena, 

    Welcome to planDisney! Thank you for submitting your question to us! 

    Disneyland Resort does provide accommodations to guests called Disability Access Service (DAS). Guests can register for DAS before their visit by speaking with a Cast Member via Live Chat up to 30 days before the visit date. The Cast Members can explain DAS and the benefits available. Guests can also register for DAS in the theme parks. According to the DAS website, “DAS is intended for guests who have difficulty tolerating extended waits in a conventional queue environment due to disability. This service doesn’t provide immediate access to experiences, but rather allows guests to request a return time for a specific experience that is comparable to the current standby wait”. 

    There are separate services available for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities. Disneyland Resort recently updated the Guide for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities and available services, such as advanced ticket purchase and Rider Switch. The Disneyland Resort Attraction Details lists all sensory concerns with each attraction in both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park, which is a great resource so guests can know what to expect from the attraction ahead of their visit. This site also has tips to prepare for your upcoming visit! It is a one-stop shop for all your Disneyland DAS questions! 

    Elena, I encourage you to speak with a friendly Cast Member on the Disability Services Line for more information about whether you qualify for DAS. The Cast Members will be happy to provide information on why your diagnoses may or may not qualify for DAS, and also assist with registration for DAS. Since your visit is about five months out, you can speak with a DAS Cast Member in May 2024 to get registered and all set before your visit! 

    I hope this information was helpful! If you have further questions regarding the Disneyland Resort, remember - you’ve got a friend in me! 

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