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Disneyland Update

Written by: Iris

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Disney disability access card DISNEY Parks has launched a new policy for guests with disabilities, with the changed arrangements offering help for “guests who truly need it”.

Effective from 9th October 2013 a new Disability Access Service (DAS) Card will replace the existing Guest Assistance Card, which the company said was subject to abuse which was "unfortunately widespread and growing at an alarming rate”.

Guests at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando and Disneyland Resort California can request the new DAS at Guest Relations.

The card is designed to accommodate guests who aren’t able to wait in a conventional queue environment due to a disability, and will offer these people a return time for attractions based on the current wait time.

As soon as the guest finishes one attraction they can receive a return time for another, and the service can be used in addition to Disney’s FastPass service.

The new system involves a registration process including a photo being taken, with DAS cards valid for up to 14 days depending on the ticket bought.


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