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Tempers Flare as Disney World’s Disability Changes Begin

Two women, one who is in a wheelchair, enjoy a Disney World water feature

Since April 9, Disney has been dealing with the fallout of the controversial changes made to its Disability Access Service (DAS) system at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts. Since its inception, guests with a wide range of physical, medical, and cognitive disabilities have been able to use the DAS service and wait in a shorter line. Now, that has ...

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Disney Now Making Guests Agree Not to Sue

A child with Down syndrome joyfully interacts with a person in a Mickey Mouse costume on a colorful street. The child is wearing a red T-shirt and smiling broadly, creating a heartwarming scene in what appears to be a theme park. Disney Disability Pass

On April 9, Disney shocked and angered guests when it announced major changes to its Disability Access Service at Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort. For years, guests with nearly any kind of cognitive or medical disability could use the parks’ DAS program and wait in a shorter line. On that day in April, Disney said that beginning in ...

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Disney’s Own Greed Ruined Its Disability Program

Disney Genie Plus ruined the Disability Program

On April 9, Disney shocked and upset thousands of guests when they announced that big changes would be coming to its Disability Access Service (DAS) at both Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort. Disney’s DAS program allowed anyone with a disability to access the Lightning Lane for a shorter wait, except those who simply needed to use a wheelchair. ...

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