DAS allows people with disabilities to request a return time (a time to come back to the ride and move to the front of the line) that is calculated based on the length of the line at the time of the request. Starting today, guests who are looking to add DAS for their upcoming vacation can start to do so online.
There are now two ways you can sign up for DAS. You can sign up day-of at a Guest Relations location in the theme park, or pre-register online. Between 2 and 30 days before your trip, you can do a pre-arrival registration with a Cast Member on a video chat. You can head over to the DAS section of Disney World’s website to request one of these chats (note that at this time the service is only offered in English).
UPDATE: Disney has since updated their website to reflect that guests must be visiting the parks on or after November 1st, 2021 in order to pre-register for DAS Advance virtually.
After you’re registered, you can either head over to Guest Relations or the ride you’re interested in and get a return time just like before! Soon, there will be a way to book DAS return times on your phone, a service that is expected to launch alongside Disney Genie on October 19th.
You can also check out all this info in the Health Care Services section of the Disney World App. We’re always keeping up with the latest Disney news, so stay tuned for more!
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