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  • On Nov 16, 2013
    Sharon from tayside Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi my son has adhd, odd, ocd, cognigative inflexability. How will the DAS card work for him as he cant wait in queues and wont accept not doing the rides in order and there and then. We worried about him having meltdowns.

    Hello Sharon, welcome back!

    With Disney´s new Disability Access Service Card guest can visit Guest Relations to discuss their individual situation, to receive assistance that is responsive to their unique circumstance.

    This new system gives a return time for attractions based on current wait time.  
    Still, at un-official sites I have read of other guests experiences where they also received other type of passes for the attractions.  These other passes are ideal for families with kids that suffer from meltdowns.

    For additional information on services for guests with disabilities you can always contact Walt Disney World at (407) 824-4321. 

    Thank you for visiting and letting us help you plan a magical Disney vacation.
    Hope to hear again from you.

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Meet the Panelist: Miguel, Puerto Rico

I am honored with the opportunity to design Disney experiences to share with my wife and kids.  I enjoy experiencing what Walt Disney World offers that is not available anywhere else, and look forward to helping you discover it with your family. Learn More About Miguel

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