- Aug 22, 2011
IMHO ....If a person needs a DAS - there is no way that they could possibly be at Soaring or any other Headliner. The lines are the longest, and the Headliner rides take more physical ability to ride than the standard ones do. A wheelchair or ECV (if permitted) should remedy the wait on line.
PLEASE realize that the above comment is MY OPINION, not Disney’s, nor anyone else’s.
To help answer your question about getting around with less physical stress and also standing in long lines - renting an ECV from a Disney approved provider will help you get from the main gate to the bus stop and around the resort a lot easier. They make it possible for users to be in the parks for more than an hour, helping with breathing, standing, and motor issues. They allow the users to have fun, just like everyone else.
Enjoy your vacation!
If I may ask you for some clarification about your opinion and please believe me when I say that I ask this out of honest curiosity and not for any other reason.My reasoning is from personal experience. I am a person.
This is MY OPINION from personal experience.
My opinion should not be falsely projected on anyone - never!
We know for a fact that the DAS is not given for disabilities that are related to physical issues and instead are given out for non-physical reasons.
Let's assume for the purposes of this conversation that you are correct and headliner rides actually do take more physical ability to ride. For this question, I am going to take this information as a fact as well although I only partly agree with you on this.
Taking those two facts into consideration, how do you relate one to the other?
What I mean by that is I am wondering how you came to this opinion that if someone has a DAS (given out for non-physical issues) then they clearly cannot ride attractions that take more physical ability to ride?
Finally, if a person's disability is non-physical, then how would a wheelchair or ECV help?
It almost seems the same as saying "I am allergic to peppers so I can't ride a bicycle" and I am left to wonder if I have missed a step in your logic. (which is why I am asking you about this.)