Mom And Daughter; Magic Kingdom; Cinderella's Castle; AA; Mickey Balloon
  • On Mar 13, 2014
    Suzanne from PA 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.

    Traveling to WDW in June . My son is 5 and has aspbergers. He has good days and bad days as far as dealing with crowds. I understand I can get some type of disability card to use. However, will we be able to stay together as a family we have 10 traveling.

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Suzanne ~

    ​Thanks so much for visiting me with your question. I am happy to assist you! June will be here before you know it and I'm excited to see you're planning ahead.

    If your son is unable to wait in a regular queue, you can request a Disability Access Service Card (DAS) by going to Guest Relations at any of the theme parks. A Cast Member will ask you some questions so they can best accommodate his specific needs. They will take his photo for the DAS, go over the terms and conditions and have you sign the card.

    Typically, Cast Members are allowed to approve the card for the Guest requiring the DAS and up to 5 additional Guests for a total of 6. For a party over 6, you can ask to speak with a manager to request an approval for more Guests if the Cast Member assisting you is not authorized to approve it.

    Here is some additional information regarding the details of how the DAS works

    I've also included is a list of Frequently Asked Questions about the DAS .

    Please feel free to visit us again with all of your planning questions. We are hEAR to help!

    Wishing you minnie magical memories :-) Allison V.
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Meet the Panelist: Allison, Georgia

I'm a Disney-fanatic! I made my first trip to Disney World the year it opened and have grown up crazy for all things Disney. As the Mom of a son with Cerebral Palsy, I love providing recommendations for families traveling with a special needs member. Learn More About Allison

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