Lessons learned from using the online DAS registration system and app bookings
One of the things that has surprised me to learn in recent years is that some of the Walt Disney World attractions that I struggle most with accessibility due to my wheelchair and physical disabilities, are not the older classic attractions but ones built in the late 90s or even in the last few years.
Note: This article includes photos taken before the pandemic. Please follow Walt Disney World guidelines for COVID-19 safety precautions. Wondering if a galaxy far, far away is accessible to visitors […]
Some of you may have heard of something known as the Disney Access Pass, which was available for guests with disabilities to assist in creating a safe and positive experience […]
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Visiting Disney World is a dream vacation and my family has been fortunate enough to have years of treasured memories from our Disney vacations. On each visit we hustled from […]
Magical moments happen all the time at Walt Disney World. Many times the cast members don’t realize that they are truly actual magical moments for that specific person. Often times, […]
I’ve suffered from fibromyalgia and lupus since I was in the sixth grade. I managed to navigate Disney World shortly after my diagnosis with little problems. I also handled Disneyland […]