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  • On Apr 12, 2024
    Julia from MN 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 Crohn’s Disease and we have always had a DAS for him to use when needed. With the changes to DAS, do you have any advice on how to navigate WDW while frequently having to leave lines for long periods of time? We will be there 6/10/24.

    Hi Julia!

    Welcome back to planDisney!  We're so honored you've trusted us to help you plan your Disney Parks vacations over the years.  How exciting that you're heading back to Walt Disney World Resort for another vacation!  Nothing quite matches that feeling I get each time I visit my home away from home!

    Julia, I know the recent updates to Disney's Disability Access Service (DAS) have left guests who have previously used the service with many questions.  With the recent updates, Walt Disney World Resort has also enhanced the information on its website for guests with disabilities.  I recommend taking a look at the wide range of accommodations and services that they offer to see what might best meet the needs of your family.  There is also a really thorough Accessibility Planning Guide and Recommendations document that you may find helpful. After you've had a chance to review the updated information online, you can always reach out to a Cast Member in Disability Services by phone or email to discuss the specific needs of your family and the most appropriate accommodations.  I'm sure they'll be happy to have a conversation with you about the best options available!

    As you're finalizing your vacation plans, you may want to check for an advanced dining reservation for the recently re-opened 1900 Park Fare at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.  This popular dining location features character dining at breakfast and dinner.  While characters may change, the all-new character line-up includes Princess Tiana (in her Bayou Adventure outfit), Mirabel, Aladdin (as Prince Ali), and Cinderella.  With its close proximity to Magic Kingdom Park, this restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast before starting your day, or to easily use the monorail to take a break from the park for a leisurely dinner in the evening!

    Julia, I hope you and your family continue to enjoy making many magical memories at Walt Disney World Resort.  If you have any other vacation planning questions, please feel free to stop by and see me or any of my panelist pals again here at planDisney - we're all ears!

    See ya real soon!
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Meet the Panelist: Kristi, Maryland

Hi! I'm Kristi and I've been making magical memories at the Walt Disney World Resort since my first visit in 1989. While I cherished my childhood visits, my favorite memories have come sharing all of the excitement and wonder of a Disney Parks vacation with my husband and three boys. Whether you're planning a runDisney racecation, a trip with little ones, a land and sea adventure, or anything in between, I'm ready to help you make some bibbidi-bobbidi-beautiful plans for your next Disney Parks vacation! Learn More About Kristi

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