Walt Disney World’s Disability Access Service (DAS) program for visitors with autism and other medical issues will be going digital starting Thursday.
Currently, guests who need the service receive a card that enables them to get return times for rides and shows. The times are hand-written on the cards.
Starting Thursday, guests will have information stored on their MagicBands or tickets. Those will be scanned to verify that visitors qualify to get the return times.
According to Disney there will be no other changes in the DAS process.