<font color=royalblue>It just never gets old to me
- Dec 31, 1999
maybe have someone else from your party get the return time with the new card so your son doesn't have to go near the ride until it's time
She would not get a DAS with a cane, unless there are other issues that are not addressed by having the cane and that could not be addressed by using a wheelchair or ECV. At attractions with a mainstreamed queue, she would be expected to wait in the queue up until the stairs, then directed the same way as those with a wheelchair. For attractions where there is a separate wheelchair entrance, she would be given a card at each attraction with a return time on it, based on the length of the line. So, let's say she wanted to ride Peter Pan (has a couple of steps in the queue as I recall), she would go to the exit, they would then give her a return time and she would come back at that time and wait for maybe 5-10 minutes upon returning, depending on how many people came back at the exact same time.Does anyone know how it works with a cane now? My mom has a cane and can not do stairs. In the past at DL she just went to the exit at rides and was let on or waited in the line at the exit. Will she now be given a WC return card?
The accommodation for not being able to stand in line is to use a wheelchair.My cousin is dying of cancer. She's 41. She has only a few months left to live. She has a 5yo son and she wants to go to Disneyland next week. They already have their airline tickets. While she can walk and see and hear today- this could change at any time (it's brain cancer and it's affecting her abilities daily).
My question is- she gets tired VERY easily (reason she chose DL- smaller park than DW). Would she be able to get a disability access card based on her lack of ability to stand in line for long periods of time?
I can confirm both of these as having begun in April.A couple new things today. They can now reuse your picture and for APs, they make the pass valid for two months which has greatly reduced the length of the line at guest relations.
I must have last renewed just before this went into effect. I will admit having it valid for two months at a time makes it a lot more likely for me to go ore often. There have been a couple of times where I had to renew my pass and between that and the crowds that day I decided it just want worth the hassle partially because the line at guest relations would have been about an hour long and I couldn't stand there for that long. So, I see this as a major step in the right direction.I can confirm both of these as having begun in April.
DAS can be issued for up to 60 days, which may be a few days less than 2 months, depending on the months.
The codes for accessing the individual file where the name and picture are stored were present from the beginning, but they were not ready to use them until recently. That does help speed things along.
The information is in the first post of this thread.