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  • On Aug 19, 2021
    Brigit from CT Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I am wondering how the DAS card system works? I have misophonia which makes it nearly impossible to wait in lines around strangers making certain "trigger" noises. Wondering how I would get a DAS card? Thanks!

    Hello, Brigit! Welcome to planDisney, and thank you so much for bringing us your question! I am glad to hear that you’re planning ahead to make your next Walt Disney World vacation as enjoyable as possible.

    When it comes to having a magical trip, you will want to make sure that you are comfortable while you visit. This is made possible by using the disability access services available for Guests at Walt Disney World Resort! I’ve spoken with Guest Services on your behalf, and they explained the steps needed to take. Upon arrival at your first Theme Park during your vacation, report to Guest Services, where you will request a disability access pass (or DAS). Next, they will lead you through the registration process, during which you will describe your disability to them. Doctor’s notes are not required but may be helpful if you have them available. After this process is complete, you will have a card that will be valid for the remainder of your stay for yourself and your party (usually up to 6 guests, who you must register with on the first day). 

    The DAS is described in great detail on the Disney Parks Blog, but in short, it will provide you access to little to no wait time at any attractions or experiences you choose. When you’ve selected something you’d like to experience, just present your DAS card to the Cast Member at the entrance, and they will let you know what time to return!

    Brigit, I hope that this information helps you continue to plan an amazing Disney vacation! Please know that we are here for you during every step of your planning, so do not hesitate to come back and see us again soon! If you have any further questions about Disability Services, do not hesitate to contact them directly at Disability.services@disneyparks.com or (407) 560-2547.

    Wishing you many magical memories,
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Meet the Panelist: Clara, Ohio

Hi, friends! I'm Clara, a Pediatrician from Cincinnati, OH, a mom to two Disney-loving boys and married to my college sweetheart.  As a native Spaniard and Spanish speaker, my happiest early memories of life in the United States were formed at Walt Disney World. I love to find ways to sprinkle some R&R and good food among the hustle and bustle of our Disney vacations, and I would love to help you do the same! Learn More About Clara

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