Any adult or child with a disability that could endanger them, prevent them from fully enjoying the parks or waiting in a traditional line qualifies for DAS. This includes guests with both visible injuries or disabilities and those with less visible, non-apparent disabilities that could impact their park experience.
In respect to this, can Disney ask for proof of disability?
Why doesn’t Disney Parks ask for proof of disability, such as a doctor’s note? Disney Parks takes Guests at their word and there are legal restrictions around asking for proof.
Also question is, do you need a doctor’s note to rent a wheelchair at Disney World?
No you don’t need a doctors note. You will pay a daily rental fee for whichever you rent – manual or ECV. The more days you pay for the cheaper it is.
Does ADHD qualify for Disney das?
Did you know that Disney offers a Disability Access Service that allows children with ADHD to ‘virtually’ wait in line, saving them (and their families) the agony of trudging through those long, boring, tantrum-inducing queues?
Walt Disney World Resort provides numerous accommodations for Guests with cognitive disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorder. Some examples of available accommodations include Rider Switch, Disability Access Service and break areas for Guests who become over-stimulated.
After entering a park, open the My Disney Experience app and sign in to your Disney account. Tap the “More” option at the bottom right of the welcome screen. Then, tap on the Disability Access Service (DAS) button to enter the self-selection flow. The tool can also be accessed from attraction detail screens.
How to Get a DAS Card. All Disney parks issue DAS cards through the Guest Services office located at the entrance of the respective park. In order to get the card, the guest who needs it must go to Guest Services to complete registration, including having his or her picture taken.
FastPass+ and MaxPass are being retired at Walt Disney World and Disneyland, respectively, and in their place will be Disney Genie+. … Currently at Disneyland and Disney World, Guests can only register for disability access once they are at the theme parks.
Eligibility for Getting DAS at Disney World
- Disabilities that make waiting in traditional line hard. People can face trouble standing in a long line due to their disability. …
- Disabilities that cause reactions staying in crowds. …
- Disabilities except for only mobility challenges.
Anyone who has a disability or condition that necessitates waiting outside a traditional line environment may be eligible to use the DAS pass. This includes disabilities that are both seen and unseen.
Accommodating Guests with Disabilities
As part of this commitment, the Disability Access Service (DAS) is a program offered at the Disneyland Resort theme parks to assist Guests who have difficulty tolerating extended waits in a conventional queue environment due to a disability.
Invisible disabilities, also known as Hidden Disabilities or Non-visible Disabilities (NVD), are disabilities that are not immediately apparent, are typically chronic illnesses and conditions that significantly impair normal activities of daily living.
Disney does not require specifically telling them what your diagnosis is, but you should be ready to explain how it prevents you from waiting in line. If they ask you and you say “I am in a wheelchair” or “I broke my ankle” this will not apply.