Mom With Kids After Run
  • On May 26, 2014
    Genesis from AR Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Hello I have two children and a husband that have sickle cell and i know that we will have to tackle some long lines in disney. But with their sickle cell i know that their legs will get tired easier would they qualify to get the DAS card.

    Hi Genesis:

    The Disability Access Service Card (DAS) is designed to help Guests with disabilities (including non-apparent disabilities) who are not able to wait on conventional theme park lines.  If they are unable to wait on line, then your husband and children should qualify for the DAS card.  Explain to the Cast Members at Guest Relations about their challenges and Disney will work to accommodate their specific needs.

    With the DAS card, you will receive a return time for attractions based on their current wait time.  Guests with the DAS card do not need to be present to get a return time for attractions, however, they must be present when returning to board the attraction.  So if your children won't understand walking up to an attraction only to get a return time and have to walk away, you can send someone else in your party. There isn't a strict return time frame (unlike with FastPass+), so if you see that the line is too long when you return to ride, head to another attraction and return later.  The good news is that you can also use the DAS card in addition to FastPass+, which may provide your family with additional support.

    Enjoy your vacation. 
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Meet the Panelist: Jonas, New York

I am a family man and huge Disney fan raising two awesome and rambunctious boys.  As Disney Vacation Club members, we travel to Walt Disney World often. Learn More About Jonas

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