What qualifies for Das at Disney?

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.
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Who is eligible for Das at Disney?

If you or one of your family members or friends have any kind of disability you might wonder, “What disabilities qualify for DAS at Disney World?” Any person having a disability, physical or mental that causes difficulty for the person to wait in line or fully enjoy the park will be eligible for DAS.
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What is Das qualification?

Overview. You can apply to the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency ( DVSA ) to become a direct access scheme ( DAS ) certified instructor. All provisional licence holders training on a motorbike over 125cc and 11kW power output must be trained by a qualified DAS instructor.
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How do you ask for a DAS pass?

Guest (or parent/guardian) must request the DAS on the day of the visit (not beforehand), usually at City Hall in DL or Chamber of Commerce in DCA. The DAS can be requested at an Information Kiosk, but be prepared to be sent back to CH or CoC -- we've seen that happen before.
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How do I prove my Disney disability?

The Disney cast members will work with that guest on an individual basis to make whatever accommodations are necessary. There is no requirement for guests to prove medical disability with a doctor's note or documentation; Disney takes guests at their word.
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NEW Disney World DAS (Disability Access Service) Pass GUIDE & REVIEW

Can you get a DAS pass for Rise of the Resistance?

Disney's Disability Access Service (DAS) can be used to join the Resistance at Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance pending availability of course. I recommend the convenience of pre-registration in advance of your visit with the DAS Advance option - 30-days before your arrival but no less than 2-days before arrival.
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What qualifies disability?

The legal definition of disability

They have a physical or mental impairment, and. the impairment has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on the person's ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities. '
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Do I need genie plus if I have DAS?

I was actually able to use the new Disability Access Service (DAS) alongside the Disney Genie+ service on a recent trip, so I'm happy to share my experiences with you. The short answer is a resounding YES, you can use both services at the same time - they are completely independent.
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Does Disney offer discounts for disabled?

Are there discounts for handicapped and disabled visitors? No, there are not. It's our understanding that Disney feels that there's enough to do in the parks to keep just about anyone entertained. Disney does not offer discounts on that basis.
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How long is a Disney Das pass good for?

Make sure everyone in your party is linked in My Disney Experience so everyone can be included in DAS plans. Once registered, DAS is good for up to 60 days.
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Can diabetics skip lines at Disney?

The “DAS Card” stands for Disabilities Access Service, and is available at Disneyland. This card allows for people who are not able to wait in long lines to come back at a designated time and skip to the front of the line. Hypoglycemia as a result of T1D would be the reason given when requesting one of these cards.
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Do you need a doctor's note to rent a wheelchair at Disney World?

You don't need to bring a doctor's note or other proof of disability, but be prepared to tell the cast member who helps you about your situation and what kind of help you need. The cast member who helps you can either issue a Disability Access Services card or will recommend that you rent a scooter or wheelchair.
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Does Disney accommodate autism?

Walt Disney World Resort offers a host of services to help Guests with cognitive disabilities—including those on the Autism Spectrum—maximize their Resort experience. Services include: Services include: Advanced Ticket Purchase.
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How do I get a DAS card at Disneyland?

There are 2 ways to register for DAS: (1) pre-arrival via live video chat or (2) on-site at City Hall, Chamber of Commerce or a Guest Information location. We've introduced a new option to pre-register virtually with a Cast Member via live video chat between 2 to 30 days in advance of a park visit.
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Do wheelchairs skip the line at Disney?

Disney has been steadily altering their attraction queues so that guests in wheelchairs and ECVs can stay in the regular queue with everyone else. There are still some attractions, such as Spaceship Earth in Epcot, which have a handicapped entrance, but this doesn't mean you'll be moved ahead of everyone else.
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Do carers go free at Disney World?

Some time ago I phoned Disney to ask about free entrance for carer / assistant / companion, and they confirmed this was correct. They don't offer this in the American Disney parks. But you do have to buy tickets each day to get the free ones.
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Is Disney Das worth?

If the DAS user has a problem with crowds and processing the sensory demands of a theme park, then yes, it is absolutely worth combining DAS with at least the individual Lightning Lane purchase. If not or if guests are enjoying a park with fewer attractions, then Genie+ may not be needed.
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Can you use DAS and lightning lane at the same time?

The Lightning Lane entrance is a designated entrance at select attractions that offer the Disney Genie+ service and registered DAS Guests are able to enter such an eligible attraction and use the Lightning Lane entrance when the DAS Return Time arrival window for that attraction comes up.
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How does Disney genie work with DAS?

Once registered, DAS is valid for 60 days. This means if a guest is visiting the parks again within this time, there is no need to pre-register again. Returning DAS registered guests can make 2 advance return window selections 2-30 days prior to their visit and can only hold a max of 2 selections at a time.
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Is anxiety a disability?

Is Anxiety Considered a Disability? Anxiety disorders, such as OCD, panic disorders, phobias or PTSD are considered a disability and can qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Those with anxiety can qualify for disability if they are able to prove their anxiety makes it impossible to work.
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Is depression covered under disability?

Depression is considered a psychiatric disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). It's a significant mood disorder that's known to interfere with daily activities, which may include your ability to work.
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What conditions automatically qualify you for PIP?

Unlike DLA, there are no conditions which automatically qualify you to receive the benefit. PIP is based on assessment of how your condition affects your daily living and mobility. People who receive DLA have been gradually reassessed for PIP.
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Can you use DAS on every ride?

The DAS can be used on rides, attractions and character meet & greets that offer both a Genie+ queue and a regular Standby queue. The DAS can also be used on any ride or attraction that has a posted wait time and an alternative way into the attraction (usually the Genie+ line).
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Do you have to be in the park to use DAS?

Q: Can I make a DAS for another park if we are park hopping? No, you must be in the park to make a DAS.
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Can you get a DAS pass for autism?

DAS 101. The Disney Disability Access Service (DAS) pass is intended for guests who have a disability that prevents them from waiting in line — autism or otherwise. It is important to note that the DAS pass does not allow you to “skip” the line.
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