Special Needs at Disney.

Many guests with a special needs family member often ask us if they can have a “magical” experience at the Disney parks.

In this episode, we are joined by Ceciley Sircy, a special needs mom as well as a Dream Designer with My Mickey Vacation Travel.

Ceciley gives us great tips on how moms and dads of special needs kids can prepare for their trip, as well great tips while at the parks and resorts.

Learn about the DAS (Disability Access Service) card at the parks for ease of access to rides; communication ideas; how to prepare for rides and attractions; and how to schedule your day.

Receive a copy of your DAS Tip Sheet courtesy of My Mickey Vacation Travel by clicking here.

You can reach Ceciley at ceciley.sircy@mymickeyvacation.com

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2 comments on Special Needs at Disney – A Message of Hope

  1. Amy says:

    They use to have disability passes when we started houng, it was so helpful with the lines & shows. But I was told they didn’t do it anymore, we go almost every year. My son has Down Syndrome. How do we get this for my next trip?

    1. mymicke3-ca says:

      Hi, Amy. They actually do still have the disability passes, known as DAS. Cecscee discusses this in the podcast. Please feel free to take a look at the link on this page as well for our DAS tip sheet. If you’d like some help planning a magical vacation for your son, please contact My Mickey Vacation Travel and they’ll be happy to help you.

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