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Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS)

by Mommy Frog on June 18, 2024
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Disneyland Resort makes for a toadally magical family vacation. However, you may have questions or concerns if you're visiting the theme parks with someone who has additional needs. Not to worry, frogs! You will still have a magical time. Disneyland Resort helps guests navigate the challenges of visiting the parks whether you have someone with a chronic illness, a physical disability, an injury, a cognitive disability or a developmental concern like autism. Today, we're going to cover one of the services that the parks offer to those with disabilities — the Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS), and the changes that have gone into effect, as of June 18, 2024. This Disneyland disability pass helps you navigate attractions.

Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS)

Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS)

Here is what you need to know about Disneyland DAS. You can also find this information on the Disability Access Service page on Disneyland's website.

Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS) - Guest Scanning DAS Pass

Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS) is specifically for guests who have autism or related developmental disabilities that do not allow them to tolerate waiting in a standard line. Instead of waiting in line, the guest and their party use the DAS pass to schedule a return time to ride attractions. The guest may use the Lightning Lane entrance, the ride’s exit or an alternate line, depending on the ride. Some attractions have a "secret" entrance designed just for this purpose.

You only need this pass if you have autism-related needs that make it more challenging to navigate the parks or to wait in a standard line or area. It's for those invisible disabilities that are not easy for others to see.

The wait time is comparable to the current attraction wait time. However, guests using DAS are free to wait elsewhere (in a more comfortable environment) or enjoy other park entertainment. Guests may only have one active return time at a time. Once you go on the ride, you can schedule your next return time 10 minutes after riding. You can schedule another time for the same ride or for a different ride. Ride times remain active until used or when the park closes. What should you do while you wait? Look for alternative experiences, such as visiting characters, dining, resting in the shade, watching park entertainment or finding rides with short/manageable wait times while you wait for your return time.

Disneyland Disability Access Service is similar to the disability pass program at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando. There are some minor differences you should be aware of if you’ve used the Disney World disability pass in the past and are now heading to Disneyland for the first time, especially with the new changes in 2024.

Who can use the Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS) and who cannot?

Many disabilities are not visible to others. The DAS pass at Disneyland is a way to meet the needs of guests with special circumstances (such as autism or developmental disabilities) that make it difficult or impossible to wait in a standard queue. The DAS is also ideal for froglets who wander or elope to other locations because of autism or related developmental disabilities since it allows you more control over your wait time and location — and the ability to keep a child in a stroller beyond the usual stroller parking area. (Get your stroller tagged by guest relations for this.)

A guest whose disability is based on needing to use a wheelchair or scooter does not need DAS. If a guest in a wheelchair has additional needs, then that person might benefit from the DAS and qualify.

If you have a mobility issue that prevents you from standing in line but are not using a wheelchair, it's possible the accommodation could be to ask you to rent a wheelchair or use a different ride entrance without steps where necessary. You may have a discussion about how Disneyland can address your needs. But the DAS may not be it. It is really designed for guests who do not have mobility issues and for guests who have "invisible" disabilities.

Disneyland already complies with the ADA when it comes to disability ride access and offers a wide suite of accessibility options besides DAS. So, if you have mobility issues or need to transfer from an ECV or wheelchair to ride, you do not need DAS. Other options that Disney might suggest for you (based on your needs and health issues) may include Rider Switch passes, Location Return Time passes for older non–ADA compliant queues, wheelchair transfer options, sign language interpreters and handheld devices for the visually impaired.

Do I need to bring proof of a disability/special need to Disneyland?

No, you do not need proof of your disability at Disney parks in the United States. (But the rules can be different at international Disney parks.) Disneyland takes guests at their word and doesn’t ask for it. Keep in mind that the more details you can share with cast members, though, the better they are able to assist and accommodate you!

If it is difficult to talk about your issues, write them down so you have something to refer to when discussing them or bring a companion who can help communicate.

When talking to the cast member, it's better to focus on your needs and what is challenging or impossible about waiting in a standard queue, so they can let you know what kind of accommodation they can offer based on your situation.

How do I acquire and use the Disneyland disability pass?

Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS) - Woman scans her code at Rise of the Resistance

This is where the new changes come in. The changes streamline the DAS user's experience with an option to get the process started before a visit.

Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS) - Map showing location of the kiosk

There are two ways to resister for the Disneyland Disability Access Service:

  1. In-person — As of June 18, 2024, you need to go to an Accessibility Services kiosk outside the park in the esplanade (near Harbor security).
  2. Advance live video chat (available 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. PST) — between 2 and 30 days before your visit

Disneyland recommends the live video option. You will need to accept the terms and conditions before you can join. There can be a long wait to set it up online, so we recommend joining when it opens in the morning.

We have used DAS with relatives and friends with certain disabilities and it made their day much easier and in some cases possible.

How to Use Pre-Arrival and Planning Via Live Video Chat

Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS) - DAS Window Screenshot

Are you an advance planner who wants everything in place before your trip? Then the live chat service is for you. Guests are able to register virtually with a cast member from 2 to 30 days before a visit. This option is only available in English. You'll want to link all the tickets and make park reservations for each member of your party in your account before you call. You may need to set up a separate account for the DAS user (and link all the tickets there as well). Then you would have to log in to that account to use DAS.

Here's how it works. The guest utilizing DAS must be present for the call. If deemed eligible for DAS, the guest (and a parent or guardian if the guest is under 18) will participate in a virtual registration process. The guest who will be utilizing DAS must be introduced on the video call, and their photo will be taken.

Once in the park, guests who have pre-registered for DAS may book DAS selections using the app.

How to Acquire Disneyland DAS at the Disability Services Kiosk Outside the Park

Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS) - Disneyland Disability Access Services Kiosk outside the parks

The traditional way to acquire or set up DAS at the park has changed as of June 18, 2024. Here is how to do it.

Visit an Accessibility Services kiosk in the Esplanade between the theme parks. This new registration location is at the booths closest to Harbor Security. Bring all of the valid theme park tickets or passes for each member of your group with you along with the person inquiring about DAS. Here's the tricky part. Multiple people can be added to a person's DAS account. But only three additional guests may be selected for a ride return time on the guest's DAS at a time (exceptions can be made for immediate family members). You'll want to link those tickets to your account in the app and also add them to your DAS at the kiosk or live chat.

Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS) - QR code to live chat or to accept the terms and conditions

Scan the QR code. Before you enter the line, you can scan a QR code or visit this Disneyland page to accept the terms and conditions before you speak to a cast member. That speeds up the process for everyone. You can also scan this QR code from inside the park if you have additional party members to add to your DAS. Sometimes people leave the party and others join in. If you need to add others, you'll have to do it at the kiosk (outside the park) or scan this QR code (from inside the park) that takes you to this web address for an online chat. That's why it's best to add all the tickets at once in advance, including for people you know will join you later. That way you can avoid waiting in line outside the park or spending time in the park waiting for an online agent to become available. But sometimes the unexpected happens and you need to add someone the day off. The kiosk and live chat are your options in that case.

Explain your needs to the cast member at the booth. You do not need to have a doctor’s note or even talk about your specific disability (and they will not ask). What you should talk about is the challenges your party member has. Be as detailed as possible so cast members can provide accommodations based on your specific needs. If your child can’t wait in a crowded or noisy place, elopes or wanders when outside of a stroller or experiences sensory overload, then explain these things to the cast member. But DAS is not just for children. Some adults may have medical situations in which they need to exit a line quickly or need to control their environment while they wait.

Someone who abruptly needs to exit a show or attraction because of sensory issues is a risk to themselves and others. So even if your child can successfully enjoy a ride, they may need the extra help of the DAS at shows and other attractions with high levels of sensory input.

Obtain cast member approval. If the Disneyland cast member determines that they will provide DAS, they will have the guest or their guardian register. Provide a valid park ticket for each member of the party upon signing in. Once your DAS expires, you will have to re-register for a new one. DAS passes generally expire after 120 days, or length of ticket. Magic Key holders and longer ticket holders may obtain DAS for up to 120 days, as of June 18, 2024. You may be asked to take a photo. This can prevent misuse. If you visit with a different ticket type (say, you are a Magic Key Holder and attend a separately ticketed Disneyland After Dark event), you can have them add the DAS to that event ticket at the booth. 

Begin planning to ride. You may obtain your first ride time immediately upon receiving DAS and entering a theme park. You must have a valid theme park ticket for each person in your party who wants to ride with you. However, you can add or remove people throughout the day. If you have people joining you later, you have to link them to the DAS at the booth. If more people join your party later in the day, who are not linked, you can add them at the kiosk outside the park. If you want to add people to an existing return time, the clock will be reset and you will then get a new time. Keep in mind that you need to link party members to your account in the app AND have them added to your DAS at a kiosk or during the online chat. So, it's a two-step process with adding party members. If party members are only linked to your account but not added to your DAS, you will not be able to book your own return times for them in the app. 

Outfit your stroller if applicable: If you’ve been issued a "stroller as wheelchair" pass to prevent wandering, then add this huge sticker to a prominent place on your stroller. Even an umbrella stroller can be used for this purpose, provided you attach the tag. It is the size of a bumper sticker for a car and once applied, it should be left in place for the duration of your trip. This signal lets cast members know your child does not need to disembark until the loading point.

Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS) - App screenshotObtain future DAS return times: DAS return times can be obtained in two ways:

  • Use the Disneyland app to select a return time.
  • Visit a Guest Relations location or kiosk to obtain a return time from a cast member (traditional and the best option if you do not have a smartphone or you want to reserve a ride in the other park before park hopping).

How to Use Same-Day DAS Return Time Self-Selection Tool

Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS) - List of DAS Eligible Rides

In the past, you went to a cast member at Guest Relations or a kiosk to receive a return time every time you wanted to go on a ride. Now all registered DAS users have the option of making a return time (for them and up to three linked party members) in the Disneyland app during the day of their park visit. Once DAS is set up and you have entered the park, a button should appear on the app to allow you to make ride selections from your phone that day.

To find it, tap the three horizontal lines at the bottom of the app. On the next screen, scroll down to Disability Access Service (DAS). This button appears when you are scanned into a theme park. When you tap it, you can view the DAS-Eligible Options. You will be able to select a ride that is located in your current theme park. (If you are hopping soon to the other park, the list of rides for that park will appear a few minutes after scanning into the other park.) Once made, you can view your plans on the app home screen under "Upcoming Plans," or under the "My Day" tab.

Using the Disneyland app, you can book, redeem, change or cancel a Disneyland DAS return time. Users can select the next return time 10 minutes after they scan into the previous ride, saving time. A DAS return time is valid until the park closes or you use it or cancel it. You may only hold one DAS return time at a time.

Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS) - Reservation in app

How to Obtain Additional Return Times at Any Guest Relations Kiosk

Once DAS at Disneyland is set up, you may want to get a return time under certain circumstances:

  • You do not have a functioning phone or smartphone.
  • If you want to select a ride in the other park before park hopping.
  • You will also need to go to a booth if you have latecomers you need to link to your DAS party. (Linking on the app is not enough. Only a cast memeber can link people to your DAS. We will learn more about this once registration moves outside the park.)

Here's how to do it. Present the park ticket of the guest receiving DAS benefits (the guest with DAS does not need to be present) and ask for a return time for a specific ride. You do not need to present other party members’ tickets to reserve because they are electronically linked to the main DAS user. Let the cast member know if all members want to ride, or just certain members. If you are park hopping, you may reserve DAS return times in either park in person.

The guest and party must report to the ride together. The guest who has the DAS must ride with the guests in their party and must scan their ticket first before other party members, or an error message will occur. Each person must scan their park ticket upon entering. You have to enter the ride queue together. But there is still time for your froglet to change their mind.

Some kids love the idea of riding when they are looking at the outside of a dark ride structure but change their minds when confronted with the actual ride vehicle. One adult member of your party will be able to depart from the ride (usually through a hidden exit) and the others can still ride. If an adult has to leave, they will be issued a pass to return. (Similar to the child switch program, just at the last minute).

How do I find a Guest Relations kiosk?

Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS) - Guest Relations KioskLook on the park map for the "i" symbol (although a few more items than kiosks will appear). At Disneyland, you'll find kiosks in front of Plaza Inn, in New Orleans Square near Haunted Mansion, in between Fantasyland and Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, across from the Matterhorn, and in Tomorrowland to the left of Alien Pizza Planet. Note: Due to construction the Haunted Mansion location has moved. It's temporarily located near Hungry Bear Restaurant near Critter Country and the path to Galaxy's Edge. If you are not sure, ask any cast member where the closest Guest Relations spot is, and they will direct you there.

At Disney California Adventure, the booths are located on Buena Vista Street near Carthay Circle, near the entrance to Cars Land and at Pixar Pier across from Jessie's Critter Carousel. The kiosks usually look like a podium with an umbrella and have cast members waiting to serve you and answer any questions.

Overview of Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS) - May Day showing Location Return Time, DAS and Genie+ selections

You can pick up a Guide for Guests with Disabilities from any Guest Relations location. There is one pamphlet for each park. A cast member can circle all the locations for you.

Location Return Times

If someone in your party has mobility issues and cannot climb stairs or hills (or access the queue with assistive equipment or wheelchairs), you may also acquire location return times. About 15 rides in Disneyland Park offer location return times. You do not have to be registered for DAS to get these, but a cast member may decide this is the best accommodation for you instead of DAS. You can combine location return times with DAS return times. We have done this at Jungle Cruise, Indiana Jones Adventure, Haunted Mansion and Pirates of the Caribbean. It's also available at some Fantasyland rides and a few others with extended or twisting queues. Guest Relations can circle all the locations on a map for you.

Like a DAS return time, location return times have a start time. What's different is that you collect them from the individual rides in person and generally are given a one-hour window to return. You'll present all the tickets in the party to a person at the attraction. Sometimes it's at a designated umbrella. Sometimes it's a cast member at the ride entrance or exit.

You can get location return times (one at a time) in addition to DAS return times, and the two may overlap. In fact, on one journey we had a person using DAS and another person in the party using a wheelchair. We also used Genie+. At one point we had a DAS return time, a location return time and two Genie+ reservations to streamline the day and meet the needs of the people in our party.

Other tools to help you with your visit

Other hopful tools and tips can assist DAS Disneyland disability pass users in managing a day in the park. First of all, arriving before park opening provides access to the shortest lines of the day. The end of the day also sees shorter lines. Both these times of day offer the coolest temperatures if heat is an issue for you. You can use the Disneyland app to scout out the shortest wait times. Park guests with DAS can make ride selections from a phone rather than having to visit Guest Relations each time.

Disneyland offers a paid service called Genie+. Guests who use DAS may also use Genie+ to make ride selections, although they may not need both most days. Our guide to Genie at Disneyland has all the deets. Single Rider is a great tool for parties that are able to split up on select rides. Rider Switch can be used for children or adults who cannot ride. A supervisor can stay with them while others ride, then use Rider Switch to skip the line and take a turn. Plus, the supervisor can bring a buddy to ride with them. Adults who cannot wait in a long queue can also use Rider Switch, and then use the shorter entrance after the rest of the party returns (with a buddy, of course). If you need to leave a queue, let a cast member know so you can come back. These tips may also help you manage your time in the park.

Frequently Asked Questions about DAS

You probably have a few questions about using DAS/Disneyland disability pass. We have answered some of the common FAQs in a separate post!

Other Facts and Details about the DAS Disneyland Disability Pass:

  • DAS is valid for up to 120 days, depending on the length of a guest's ticket or pass.
  • DAS covers the guest requesting the service and only up to three additional guests for each ride. (Exceptions may be made for immediate family members, and the three guests do not need to be the same people each time).
  • Once the period passes, the guest will have to re-register. If you register at Disneyland Resort, the DAS benefits are for Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. Should you travel to a different Disney park you would need to register there as well.
  • Be honest. If Disney determines that any of your statements made in the process of obtaining Disneyland DAS are not true, you will be permanently barred from entering Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort. Any previously purchased annual passes, Magic Key passes, tickets and other park products and services will be forfeited and not refunded.
  • If an attraction's wait time is 10 minutes or less, you do not need a return time. You can inform a cast member that you are registered for DAS.
  • DAS return times can be used in combination with Disney Genie and Genie+ services.
  • Disney Parks updated the Guide for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities. It provides more detailed information and tips for guests utilizing DAS to use in planning a visit. The updated Guide helps guests take advantage of all of the new and enhanced products and services. It also lists break areas. Guest Relations can circle some suggested break areas on the map.
  • A guest whose disability requires them to use a wheelchair or scooter still does not need DAS. But these guests can get location return times for certain rides. This is helpful if they cannot navigate steps or hills in the queue or fit in the queue with assistive devices or a wheelchair.
  • Acquire a return time for an attraction in the other park from a guest relations kiosk before you hop.
  • The DAS is linked to your ticket or Magic Key. If you visit with a different ticket (for After Dark events or the Oogie Boogie Bash), you'll need to add your DAS to that other ticket. You do not have to re-qualify.
  • If you need to add additional guests to your DAS, you can do it at the booth outside the park or via online chat.

Hopefully, we have cleared up any confusion over the Disneyland disability pass and how to use it. Now that you know where to go and what to do, you can hop to it and have an amazing trip to the Happiest Place on Earth!

Are you familiar with using the DAS Disneyland disability pass? Do you have any tips to share about making the most of your visit using DAS at Disneyland? Let us know in the comments below! 

Related: Tips for Using a Wheelchair or ECV at Disneyland

Related: FAQs about Disneyland Disability Access Service (DAS)

Hoppy planning!

Keep hopping, Mommy Frog!
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Jul 3, 2024 at 10:05 p.m.
Athena Says...

I need a scooter and a cane, my knees, I’m doing rehab, but I can’t stand for a long time. On top of the needs I also have seizures, meds help, meds are not a 100% . Minors can’t help me, if something would happen, I need adults more than two, to help. I do like most rides so , I fall under ADA and I collect SSI, so what do I fall under, DAS

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Jul 3, 2024 at 9:33 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Athena!

Accessibility accommodations, including DAS, are determined by Guest Relations, so you would need to contact them directly. To determine eligibility for DAS, you can talk to a cast member through a live chat in advance, or visit Accessibility Services in person (located outside of the theme parks).

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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May 9, 2024 at 7:45 p.m.
Samantha Says...

Hello- do you know what age the “minors” are in a party size? If my husband is still eligible for the DAS, our party size was to be himself & I and my sister, husband- and their 2 children age 3 & 6. Will this not work anymore?

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May 9, 2024 at 3:44 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Samantha!

Any exceptions for immediate family members would be determined by Disney when you register during the video chat or in person.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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May 3, 2024 at 3:59 p.m.
Joy Says...

We are planning a trip to Disneyland for July. My son has ADHD and standing in line is difficult for him so we are hoping to get DAS by calling 30 days prior but our family consists of 4 minors and 2 adults. I know you said only 4 per DAS account unless there are more minors in the family. How does that work? Can we get our entire family linked up? thanks!

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May 3, 2024 at 2:36 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Joy!

Yes, as mentioned, the typical maximum party size is the DAS holder and up to three guests. But in situations where there are more than three immediate family members, you can discuss which people you'd want linked with the cast member during the registration call.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Apr 29, 2024 at 1:37 p.m.
kenny brown Says...

i have celebral palsy and my son has ADHD and i am looking to find out what special assistance i can claim for during our 14 day stay beginning 28th June. We both struggle standing for short periods and my son's contrentration levels are very short especially with noise at times. Could you please advise who to speak to in order to make our trip more comfortable.

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Apr 30, 2024 at 3:52 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Kenny!

To register for DAS at Disneyland Resort, you can talk to a cast member either through a virtual chat (up to 30 days in advance) or in person once you're at the park. By the time your trip starts on June 28, there will be a new location for DAS registration, which will be outside of the theme parks in the esplanade (the area between the two park entrances).

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Apr 20, 2024 at 10:52 a.m.
Emily Says...

Hello! I’ve received DAS before in the past due to an ADA hidden physical disability but I’m a bit concerned about reapplying because the new requirements don’t state physical disabilities anymore. Could you clarify on if physical disabilities are still being considered? I don’t need a wheelchair or cane but I do have to have my day planned out to prevent seizures. Thank you!

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Apr 10, 2024 at 2:25 p.m.
Sandra Says...

Do you need a purchased ticket prior to applying for a das pass? I’d like to go to WDW this summer but will 100% not be able to go if our family cannot get a das pass.

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Apr 10, 2024 at 10:19 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Sandra!

Yes, the person requesting DAS must have a ticket linked in their account during registration. If you're looking for flexibility, our tickets come with a 365-day refund policy. Please see the ticket for more details.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Feb 18, 2024 at 1:57 a.m.
Renee Forbes Says...

Regarding Disney World

With DAS pass what happens if we are scheduled for a ride and our kiddo has a meltdown and becomes very dysregulated and unable to go at scheduled time what happens. It could take our kiddo a hour to calm down and try again or he may want to go on a different ride for now and try the first ride later. What happens if we need to leave the park to go back to our Disney cabin. Do we all loose that day we paid for?

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Feb 20, 2024 at 11:56 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Renee!

For the DAS pass, you can visit anytime after your scheduled DAS return time (there isn't an end time or a specific window you have to use it within, unlike Genie+ reservations which have a one-hour return window). So, if you show up an hour later, that's toadally fine! However, you can only hold one DAS ride pass at a time, so if you want to change rides, you would need to cancel the first one, make a DAS pass for the new ride, wait for and go on that second ride, and then pick up a new return time for the first ride. If you need to leave the park, you can re-enter the park on the same day. But if you do not return to the park, you have used it for its valid date for a single-day ticket, and if it's a multi-day ticket, it would count as a full day of use.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jan 27, 2024 at 6:56 a.m.
DC Momma Says...

Hey there. I'm planning on taking my little ones to Disney land with some of their cousins. I have scoliosis so standing in line for long periods of time leaving me stiff and in pain by the end of the day. I also have a little wanderer. We will have three adults and we were planning on splitting up boys and girls based on the specific rides and so the cousins can hang out together with their respective ages and genders. How would that work though? Would only the guests riding with me at that particular time have the DAS option? You mentioned you can switch out riders tied to it.. would that just be what I do? Link, unlink and relink depending who us coming with me? And what if it's a ride we all want to do together? Can all of the guests with me use the DAS?

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Feb 7, 2024 at 3:15 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi DC Momma!

If you qualify for DAS (which is given out on a case-by-case basis), you can link up to five people on your DAS at a time. When you register at Guest Relations either in person or through DAS Advance, you'll need all of their tickets already linked to your account, so they can also be linked to your DAS. If there are more than five people, then not all guests would be able to be linked to your DAS (you could always ask, just in case, but generally do not expect that more people will be added). We would suggest linking the party members who will be riding with you the most throughout the day when split up. You could go to a Guest Relations kiosk to switch out members.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jan 15, 2024 at 7:21 a.m.
Anonymous Says...

I suffer from skin sensitivity and I get sunburn and heat rash VERY easily. Will DAS work for me???? I will also be utilizing my usual sun protection measures

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Jan 16, 2024 at 7:49 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi frog friend!

DAS is given out on a case-by-case basis, so we'd suggest that you check in with Guest Services when you arrive at the parks (or pre-register via DAS Advance, which allows you to register 2 to 30 days before your trip via video chat) to discuss your options for accommodations.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jan 5, 2024 at 5:27 a.m.
Vickie Kelemen Says...

My daughter had strokes when she was a toddler. She has balance issues and gets motion sickness. She hates roller coasters and scary rides. She loves things like It’s a Small World. How do I judge how tolerable the rides are that are not obvious roller coasters.

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Jan 5, 2024 at 8:48 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Vickie!

Luckily, Disneyland has tons of ride options for all ages! We'd recommend looking up and watching ride POVs on Youtube (check out our channel!) to get a sense of the ride beforehand. Some rides she might enjoy include Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters, The Little Mermaid ~ Ariel's Undersea Adventure, Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway (does have some spinning motion and a short screen simulator sequence, but generally Mommy Frog who gets motion sick does fine on this ride), Jungle Cruise, Storybook Land Canal Boats and Toy Story Midway Mania (also has some spinning motion, but it stops in between to do the shooting games). We also have a blog post about the scarier rides at Disneyland, so you know what to avoid (and of course, scary can be subjective, so it all depends on your tadpole!). Hope this helps!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Apr 27, 2023 at 7:28 p.m.
Daniel M Says...

My family and I live in the UK, we are planning a

trip to Disneyland in March 2024, we visited Disney World in 2022. I acquired the das for myself due to asd, OCD and anxiety. At the time we were told we couldn't pre register for it as we were international visitors, so had to visit city Hall on the first day of out visit (which added stress and anxiety to our first day). Do you know if this rule remains in place as I would be much happier if I could pre register.

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Apr 28, 2023 at 3:41 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Daniel!

Disneyland offers DAS Advance, though there may be some difficulty with setting it up internationally (we've only heard reports from other international froggies!). The official website mentions that the live chat can only be offered in English, but doesn't specify locations. If you are unable to make DAS selections in advance, then you can set it up inside the park at any Guest Relations location (it doesn't have to be just at City Hall). You'd want to make sure that all the tickets and the DAS user are present.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Apr 23, 2023 at 5:49 p.m.
T21 Mom Says...

Heads up to anyone booking thru Costco travel. Make sure that everyone in your party is on the same booking. We are going with my brother's family. We each booked our packages on our own accounts. We tried to link the accounts but are unable to do so until we are in the park since Disney doesn't pre-assign ticket numbers to Costco packages. So, when I called to pre-register my son for DAS I was unable to include my brother and niece. They said I will be able to do it once we have ticket numbers on our first day at the park. Because of this I was unable to include them on the pre-registration ride passes (they will be included on the passes booked when we are in the parks). If we had booked both trips on a single account we would not have had an issue.

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Apr 4, 2023 at 6:06 a.m.
JoAnna Marie Says...

Hi, thanks for the great info. I’m planning on taking my girls in October and I have a couple of questions.

First, my oldest daughter has cerebral palsy and even though she can walk on her own she gets really exhausted and so I had considered renting a wheelchair at Disneyland but it looks like the site is saying that you can only use DAS if you do not use a wheelchair. Can you clarify that for me?

Second question is: are there any disability services for the Halloween party at California Disney? Thanks in advance!

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Apr 7, 2023 at 3:46 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi JoAnna!

People who use a wheelchair strictly for mobility don't use DAS, but some people in wheelchairs also have conditions that can qualify for DAS. Since DAS is given on a case-by-case basis, you would need to talk with cast members to find out if your daughter qualifies for DAS and demonstrate how a standard queue would be challenging for her, even if in a wheelchair. Typically, during Oogie Boogie, you don't need DAS because lines are short, but you would still have your accommodations met if you needed a separate queue or extra time loading. You can ask about DAS during the party, but they may not offer it if it's not necessary.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Feb 10, 2023 at 7:25 a.m.
Rachael Singleton Says...

How do we do fireworks at Disneyland with DAS? I have an autistic son. Loves fireworks and wants to see the projections but crowds are difficult.

For other things like Fantasmic and world of color we purchased the dining packages for him but can’t with fireworks. Help?

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Feb 11, 2023 at 9:41 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Rachael!

If you want to see the projections well, "it's a small world" is a good viewing location that can be less crowded than the castle, especially if you can be standing by a railing with nobody in front of you. Rivers of America is the least crowded area. The projections are shown on water screens and the fireworks are over Big Thunder. It’s a peaceful area to watch. If you do a Fantasmic! dining package for 9 p.m. Fantasmic!, you can stand up as the show ends and go right up to the railing, and fireworks start 3 minutes later. They don’t really let the crowds move into the reserved areas, so it stays spacious. However, you won’t see Blue Fairy or Baymax flying from that spot. If you stand near the back of Main Street U.S.A, it could be less crowded and you can see the projections as well as the castle in the distance. Near the castle is the most crowded. There is not a specific DAS option besides to find an area that works for you. I would avoid right in front of the castle. You may be able to get a table at Plaza Inn, which would give you more space, but you’ll want to choose a spot where you could see the castle and not have any hedges or trees in the way. However, we prefer some of the other viewing areas that we mentioned if you want to see the projections well. If you have more than one night to visit, see the projections closer to the castle on a night without fireworks to see Baymax and Blue Fairy fly. It’s much less crowded. Then see fireworks from a different spot on a weekend.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jan 31, 2023 at 8:29 p.m.
Elizabeth Says...

I have anxiety, sometimes to the point of panic attacks, especially in crowded spaces, and I will try to see if I qualify for a DAS. For the Haunted Mansion do you know if I can bypass the room at the beginning where everyone is crowded together? Will my companions get to experience the room while I skip ahead and meet them at the ride portion? Or will they need to skip ahead as well?

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Feb 1, 2023 at 6:57 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Elizabeth!

You may qualify, though it's ultimately up to Disney who assigns it on a case-by-case basis. There is a door that bypasses the chamber, but a cast member would have to decide if they can take you through there and it may also depend on them if your party goes through with you as well. Your best bet is to go to that ride at park opening when the lines are least crowded.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jan 14, 2023 at 3:49 p.m.
Jessica Says...

My husband has PTSD. Going to Disneyland had been a miserable experience for him because he just can't handle standing in lines because he feels trapped. He feels threatened and is always looking for his way out. He's had to get out of lines and just not ride with us in the past for lines that dont have Genie+. My concern if he applies for a DAS, they are going to Ban him for life because they don't think it's a serious condition or something.

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Jan 17, 2023 at 10:28 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Jessica!

While DAS is given out on a case-by-case basis, we'd definitely recommend heading over to Guest Services when you arrive at the parks (or pre-register via DAS Advance, which allows you to register 2 to 30 days before your trip via video chat) to discuss your options for accommodations. You don't need documentation, but you will need to explain why he would benefit from using DAS. It certainly does not hurt to ask! Even if they don't grant DAS, they may able to come up with alternative accommodations.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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May 11, 2022 at 9:22 p.m.
Ashley Says...

Great info! Are you able to select the same ride more than once a day? For example: we use DAS to reserve Haunted Mansion and ride it at our return time. Then later in the day we want to ride Haunted Mansion again, would we be able to reserve that ride again?

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May 13, 2022 at 2:12 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Ashley!

Absolutely! You may book the same ride more than once a day through DAS. Thanks for hopping by!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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May 4, 2022 at 10:16 p.m.
Angie Franco Says...

Hello, my question is we got DAS for my son who has autism but what if we go to a ride that he does not want to go to? Can the rest of the party still go to the ride while I wait with him outside?

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May 5, 2022 at 8:58 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Angie!

The person with DAS must ride the attraction with their party.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jan 25, 2023 at 12:48 p.m.
Kristen Says...

I'm not a Cast Member or anything, but if that happened I would probably ask about Rider Switch.

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May 2, 2022 at 4:25 a.m.
amanda Says...

Hi! Your site has been so helpful and I made sure to book our tickets through your site. My question is in regards to needing to reserve which park I want us to start at for each day of our 4 days at Disneyland. I'm wondering if it's better to use our Magic Morning on a Tuesday/Thursday...or if it would a better advantage to skip the Magic Morning and start those days (T/TH) at California Adventure because of there being less people since they are on the other side for Magic Morning...? Or is Magic Morning worth it? We will use Genie+ so I know that one advantage of Magic Morning would be to load our first ride on Genie+ an hour early. Anyway, we are going on Tuesday-Friday so I'm just not sure how to reserve where we start each day. Thanks so much!

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May 2, 2022 at 3:40 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Amanda!

Oh my gosh, we are so glad to hear it - thank you for taking the time to share with us! Disneyland just announced that early entry is returning this summer, date TBD. We don't yet know if things will operate the same as they did previously, but we've got our eyes and ears open! We are not sure when your trip is, but book the Friday at Disneyland just in case fireworks are only taking place on the weekend during your visit. The other park without Magic Morning tends to have fewer people in it after park opening. The park hopping rules of being at 1 p.m. will likely change the dynamic of the early entry benefits. Once we know the details we will share them on our Magic Morning Post, so keep hopping back before your trip for the most up-to-date details - have a great time!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Feb 13, 2022 at 7:11 p.m.
Darrell Says...

A quick question. I can only use DAS on only two attractions per day? Let’s say I use two DAS in the morning. Does that mean I am done for the day or can I go to guest services to get two more?

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Feb 14, 2022 at 12:47 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Darell!

It's the DAS Advance service that allows you to have two DAS selections that you can arrange via live video chat between 2 and 30 days prior to your park visit. (Or if you don't use DAS Advance, you can register for DAS in person at Guest Services.) Once you've used your two DAS Advance passes, then you can make additional passes through the Disneyland app, one at a time (must use a DAS pass before you get another). Hope this helps!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jan 29, 2022 at 8:15 p.m.
Rachel Says...

Thank you for this detailed post. Answered so many questions! For Rise of the Resistance using DAS, can that be scheduled through the app? Or can you go at any window?

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Jan 31, 2022 at 11:36 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Rachel!

Once you're inside the park, you can reserve a DAS return time for Rise of the Resistance through the Disneyland app (just not before you arrive). However, there are certain attractions that you can reserve through DAS Advance (here's a list!). Hope this helps!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jan 10, 2022 at 7:33 p.m.
Linn Says...

The info in this article is simply not true. I just went to disneyland Paris and I had to show a medical certificate to prove my conditions.

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Jan 10, 2022 at 1:53 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Linn!

Thanks for hopping by! You are toadally correct that Disneyland Paris has certain requirements for its Priority/Easy Access Card process. However, the Disability Access Service operates differently at Disneyland Resort in Southern California.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Nov 25, 2021 at 4:59 p.m.
Kelly Englese Says...

It’s the end of November. We are going to Disneyland Dec 13-16. I am hoping genie + is available by then!

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Oct 3, 2021 at 1:57 a.m.
Teresa Says...

Hi, I called Disneyland Guest Services on Saturday October 2, 2021 and they confirmed that nothing is online yet for disability access. So for now we’re still going to guest relations when we get to Disneyland. They said that it will be live when Genie + us live. Love this blog!!!

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Oct 3, 2021 at noon
FrogBlog Says...

Thanks for hopping by, Theresa!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jul 8, 2021 at 6:37 a.m.
Fidelio Says...

If my son qualifies for DAS, and we schedule a ride time, does he have to ride the attraction? For instance, can I use DAS to reserve a time for a ride he may be too scared to ride but unable to wait in line for his group to ride? Could we use DAS to reserve a time then arrange a rider switch some of the group can ride? This would mean the disabled son does not ride but DAS was used to reserve time and Ride switch activated.

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Jul 16, 2021 at 5:02 p.m.
Jonah Rentar Says...

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Jul 8, 2021 at 10:06 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Fidelio!

The DAS cardholder would need to board the attraction in order to utilize DAS for that particular ride.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Mar 11, 2020 at 3:28 a.m.
Robbie Says...

I will be visiting Disney in late September early October with my family group of total of 11 people. (9 alduts 2 children) I have a

disability of both knees and lower back. I walk with a cane, (Slowly) but can not stand more then 5 to 10 minutes. Would I be elagable for a DAS?

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Mar 11, 2020 at 8:17 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Robbie,

Disney issues the pass on a case-by-case basis, so we recommend visiting City Hall upon arrival to see what your options are.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Feb 14, 2020 at 11:12 p.m.
Madi Says...

Hi! I'm headed to Disneyland with a group of friends in the coming months. I've got a heart condition that leaves me unable to do much physical activity, and standing in lines is a no-go. I've gotten DAS before, but I've only gone with family.

My question, however, is how many people are allowed to be on my DAS pass? I want to enjoy the rides with my friends, but I'm worried not all of them will be allowed to go on rides with me...

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Feb 18, 2020 at 12:07 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Madi!

The maximum number of guests on one DAS card is six (so you, plus five friends). Have a great time!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Oct 17, 2019 at 4:56 a.m.
Alison Says...

Hi - I wonder if you know what a red or green pass is? I was at Disneyland today (Anaheim) with a friend who has DAS and is an annual pass holder and very familiar with Disney and how to use DAS, Fastpass and how each ride works for entry with a disability (she uses a walker). We had a great time and used a mixture of DAS passes and fastpasses. At one point we were filling in a bit of time before the next pass and she suggested that we go on Pinocchio. We approached the exit area and the attendent asked us if we had red or green passes. My friend had never heard of them. She was expecting to be able to just enter at the exit because of her need for the walker. The attendant did let us do that, saying "oh well, it's not crowded today so I'll let you in", but my friend would like to know for future reference what the red/green pass is and whether she needs it to get on a ride like that. Thank you for any insight.

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Oct 21, 2019 at 8:54 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Alison!

We are kind of stumped on this one since it's such an unusual request from the cast member! We do know that when the electronic system goes down, paper passes are assigned, and those can sometimes be green. However, you did the right thing - enter through the exit and be sure to let them know that your friend's walker is her mobility device ... no extra passes needed (we confirmed with the Main Mouse to be sure ;) ) !

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Aug 15, 2019 at 8:24 p.m.
Jessica Says...

Some background. My husband fractured his spin a few months ago. We have passes and haven't been able to use them. We finally got "Ok" from the doctor for disneyland again. My husband and I decided a DAS would be best option. Sitting puts more pressure on your spin than standing and doctor told him to walk and stand to rebuild muscle. But he cant stand for much longer than 20-30 mins. Here is the catch. We have to pay to rent a wheelchair (which doctor said not to use). We told this guest relations and we got told tough. So guess what? Our party is waiting in line while my husband and I walk and sit a little and wait for them to ride while we do nothing. Because he cant stand for 100 minute long lines go figure. We were told use FastPass. We are but by time we dealt with line issue our first fastpass isn't until 5pm. The wheelchair cant be used to help walk. Sure he can sit in it in line. But that doesnt change the fact the doctor said a wheelchair is not recommended as it doesnt provide support. So we spent tons of money to walk and sit and eat. While our party has fun.

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Jul 9, 2019 at 5:35 p.m.
Mark Says...

I am curious if a planning sheet that incorporates the das and fastpass/maxpass is available. We went 3 years ago and your site was great from the planning aspect. Maybe it is age, but I cannot find it anywhere. Also, my guess is that the planning with star wars now part of the equation would be completely separate. Would this be correct?

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Jul 12, 2019 at 7:17 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Mark,

You may be thinking about our park plans. They are still available. You can see them all here. Star Wars hasn't yet been incorporated into all plans, but they are on all of our maps (included on each printable plan) and color coded with the best time to ride.

Keep hopping!

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Jun 12, 2019 at 4:15 p.m.
Maxine Says...

I have recently been diagnosed with IBD and had already booked our WDW holiday. Now I am worried about queing for long periods. Would I be eligible for DAS?

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Jun 12, 2019 at 2:27 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Maxine!

Disney issues the pass on a case by case basis, so we recommend visiting City Hall upon arrival to see what your options are. You are not legally required to bring any paperwork with you, but if you're comfortable, it doesn't hurt to supply it.

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Jun 11, 2019 at 5:48 a.m.
Jules Says...

Hi.

I have severe anxiety that is exasperated by crowds, but I want to give my young daughter at least one trip to Disneyland. I'll suffer through my anxiety with medication throughout the day. Will a copy of my prescriptions that I'm given for anxiety help in getting the DAS? Should I get a letter from my doctor?

There are days I can't even work when the anxiety is bad. Any thoughts/help would be great.

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Jun 12, 2019 at 8:18 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Jules,

Whatever information you are comfortable sharing will help cast members make a determination, so that would likely help.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Apr 30, 2019 at 10:04 a.m.
LB Says...

I have read that a disabled person can take a helper into Disneyland Paris free. I am going with my nieces, (one who is autistic) in July. Is there anyway to book tickets online or do we have to get them in the park. Thanks

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Apr 30, 2019 at 3:54 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi LB!

We aren't quite sure since this differs from the US parks, but looking at the ticket options online, it looks like you'll need to get the tickets inside of the park. There is, however, an international number and inquiry form for some information in advance that you can find here.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Apr 25, 2019 at 11:30 p.m.
Jennifer Hadlock Says...

I recently went to Disney California Adventure and due to having severe arthritis in both hips and lower back i needed a wheelchair. i was super relieved to find that even after arriving late Disney had a lot of manual wheelchairs available still. We have never needed to use wheelchairs at Disney until now and it was a very enjoyable experience!! only thing i have to recommend is to bring something soft to sit on as those manual wheelchairs are not comfortable to sit on for long periods at a time lol.

thank you for this info as we will be heading to Disneyland in a week or so and i can now be better informed of what to expect at Disneyland over California adventure. <3

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Apr 26, 2019 at 8:59 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

That is a great tip, Jennifer! Thanks so much for sharing :)

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Apr 8, 2019 at 2:01 p.m.
Susan Says...

Why does Disney World take your picture when getting the DAS card? I thought maybe you got an ID but that did not happen. Do they see a picture of you when you check in at a ride?

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Mar 23, 2019 at 3:56 a.m.
Michelle Says...

I have an 8 year-old with a sensory processing disorder and a husband with MS. We are doing the one day passes so that we can do one park at a time, but I want to make the most of our time at each park and plan ahead. Is there a good schedule/itinerary that you have for kids with SPD/Autism for a day at Disneyland and a day at California Adventure? I would love to have some type of a plan since we have never gone as a family before. Any suggestions would be helpful!

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Mar 26, 2019 at 7:34 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Michelle!

Definitely stop in at City Hall or Chamber of Commerce upon entering the park to let them know your party’s physical and sensory needs. They are a good launching point. They might grant you some assistance to help with waiting for rides and can give you a map for people with disabilities including pointing out quieter break areas if your son needs a quiet area. The Disneyland Website has a hopful guide with attraction details, so you know what sensory experiences to expect for attractions. You can watch videos of most rides on our YouTube channel to get a sense of whether they might be fun vs. overwhelming for your son. Arrive early, check in with City Hall, start out meeting characters, use MaxPass to make FASTPASS reservations to simplify your day and save the effort of walking to collect physical FASTPASSES, utilize any services Disneyland offers, and let your son be your guide. Find the experiences that most interest him (maybe are connected to his favorite Disney movies) and bring earplugs or noise-cancelling headphones if he is sensitive to loud noises. Take plenty of breaks throughout the day.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Feb 25, 2019 at 4:37 p.m.
Ida Blakely Says...

My 11 yr old daughter is on a ventilator lasting without power for 4 hours she is also wheelchair bound and my question is do you have a place I can charge her ventilator so we can continue to sight see and have as much fun as possible..This will be our first time as a family of 5 coming to Disneyland and would love to create great memories

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Feb 27, 2019 at 9:06 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Ida!

There are limited outlets around the parks, though you can sometimes find them near restrooms and restaurants. I would check in with the First Aid stations in either park to see if they can accommodate that need. We would also love for you to be able to take your time and make lots of memories! Please keep us posted :)

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Oct 26, 2018 at 5:54 a.m.
Christine Fisher Says...

We are AP holders. My son has DAS due to sensory issues and being on the spectrum. I was recently diagnosed with fibromyalgia. Some days I can't stand for long periods of time. Is it possible for more than one family member to have DAS?

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Oct 26, 2018 at 7:47 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Christine!

Our best guess is that you'd likely be granted one DAS for your whole party. We recommend stopping by guest services to see if any accommodations can be made for you.

Keep hopping!

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Sep 25, 2018 at 9:12 p.m.
Marianne Hollerbach Says...

Visited Disney parks last month with my daughter and her family. Used both Fast Pass and DAS to enhance access to rides. I found the DAS registration and use very easy and it helped my time at the parks to be much more enjoyable. It sounds complicated but it really isn’t. I think the nature of a persons disability might impact how much they will enjoy some of the attractions and how well the DAS process works for them!

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Jul 16, 2018 at 9:10 p.m.
Vickie Montejano Says...

I have been on a ride at an amusement park, and the ride has broken down. We had to walk back and reboard. Thinking of going to Disneyland and will be taking disable family member. If a ride breaks down, what help does Disney provide to get them off a ride and back to the starting point/or exit?

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Jul 17, 2018 at 5:40 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Vickie!

In our experience, we have seen wheelchairs being used to safely get disabled guests on and off of rides, and back to the starting point or exit. If you have any further questions, we recommend reaching out to Disneyland customer service at 1 (714) 781-4636.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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May 5, 2018 at 6:37 a.m.
DJ Says...

As a cast member who works at Disneyland handling DAS this is such a great thorough explanation of our services. I wish everyone was able to read your blog coming in! Even the Maxpass update! Brilliant.

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May 8, 2018 at 9:02 a.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi DJ!

We're so hoppy you think so! We appreciate your feedback. :)

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Mar 29, 2018 at 5:05 a.m.
Felix Benavidez Says...

Recent kidney transplant recipient. Scheduled to be at Disneyland on April 4th and 5th. Can I bring a backpack with me into the park. I also have to bring my medications and blood monitor. I have to drink large amounts of water. I'm I allowed to bring my own non chilled water filled containers into the park. Also have to take in large amounts of protein. I have been consuming pre packaged unsalted nuts as snacks through out the day. Will I be allowed to bring my snacks into the park. Will I be able to purchase unsalted meals at the park. Do you carry diet Spirit. Can only consume clear liquids. And that's just me.

i will be taken my two grandchildren along with me and 2 other family members. Grandchildren are Age 9 and 5. They both have disabilities. Boy has ADHD, Speech, Sensory and movement coordination problems. Girl has autism, ADHD, Speech and Sensory problems.

What suggestions to you have for which special passes to get.

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Apr 5, 2018 at 12:51 p.m.
FrogBlog Says...

Hi Felix,

You can bring in your own water and snacks as long as they are not in glass containers. Check out this list of prohibited items at Disneyland. Be sure to visit Guest Relations and ask about what accommodations can be made. You'll need to explain the situation with as much detail as you're comfortable with. Have a great trip!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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