11. Disability Access Services Pass
If you are traveling to Walt Disney World with a family member who has cognitive or developmental disabilities, or any other disabilities that makes waiting in queues difficult, challenging or over-stimulating, Disney offers a very special service for your family. It’s called a Disability Access Services Pass, or DAS Pass. The bearer of a DAS Pass (or a member of his traveling party on his behalf) has the privilege of approaching the podium at the FastPass+ entrance to an attraction and requesting a return time to enjoy the attraction so that waiting in a queue is not necessary. The Cast Member at the podium will give a time at which the Guest with a DAS Pass, as well as his traveling party, can return and enjoy the attraction. To receive the DAS Pass, go to the Guest Relations location at the park you visit on your first day in the parks. The DAS Pass will be linked to the MagicBand of the Guest with a disability, and it is valid for the entire time you are at Walt Disney World. There is no need to get a new DAS Pass at each theme park.