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Disneyland Disability access service

Hello, we celebrated my daugther's 4th birthday at Disneyland yesterday and had such a wonderful experience because of their Disability Access Service pass. She was diagnosed with ADHD last month and of course before her official diagnosis, theme parks were chaotic.

The DAS pass is designed to accommodate guests who aren’t able to wait in a conventional queue environment due to a disability. We were able to be "in line" without physically being in line, and in the mean time do another ride, grab a snack, use the restroom, or do some shopping, and then return to the attraction at the front of the line. It is very similar to a fast pass, but with shorter return times, 10-30 minutes. I definitely recommend checking in at Guest Relations to see if your family is eligible for the DAS pass.

Blessings to all!

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That’s great! We have been postponing Disney Trip for that reason. My son will not wait I line ever! My question is how do you qualify for this Pass?

Thank you

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disneyparks.disney.go.com/b...

You can read specifics at above link but in my experience, i just went to City Hall Guest Relations and told the person I needed the pass because my daughter has ADHD, she is impulsive and runs aways (we lost her at our last outing). I did have her psychological report handy but they didnt even look at it. I read that other theme parks offer same service, can't wait to try it.

Best of luck with your son, keep up the good work.

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That’s great! Did you have to show any paper work or prood of her condition at Park to get that access?

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I took her psychological report just in case but they didn't read it. I posted the link on my previous reply so you can read all the specifics but my best advice is just to go to guest relations in person at any theme park to explain your individual situation.

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Thank you so much for this wonderful information! We also have not gone due to my daughter not being able to stand in line for so long, we will definitely check it out.

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I did this a couple of years ago, even before my son had an official ADHD diagnosis. All we had to do was go to Guest Services near the main entrance of Magic Kingdom and tell them our situation and we were issued the accomodation (I believe they just loaded up the info electronically on our Magic Bands).

It was so incredibly helpful and made the day so much easier.

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