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  • On Jul 30, 2023
    Raul from TX Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My son has autism, he is 6 years old. Is there an express pass we can purchase to skip the long lines? Also do the parks offer quiet room throughout the park?

    Hi Raul! Welcome to planDisney.

    Oh Boy! Today is your magical arrival at Walt Disney World Resort. You will be happy to know you will find many services to aid your son in the theme parks. Here is some information on services for Guests with Autism and Cognitive Disabilities. You are encouraged to ask Cast Members for available "take a break" locations throughout the parks.

    The Disability Access Service (DAS) is available for those guests who have issues tolerating traditional queue lines. Since you are arriving today, stop by Guest Relations with your son once you enter the theme park for a quick interview to qualify. You will then be able to make reservations for select attractions for your son and up to five other guests in your Family & Friends List in the My Disney Experience Mobile App. The app now features a Disability Access Service (DAS) tile which will enable you to make your own selections on the convenience of your smartphone. If you need further assistance, visit the Guest Experience Team at the blue tents.

    I am including this guide for Attraction Details for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities. You can read about ride-stimulating details like the scent, noise, and elements of surprise.

    Keeping it Magical,
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