Disney Changing Jump-the-Line Policy For Disabled Visitors
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This is a tough call for Disney as it has found that a lot of people were cheating and taking advantage of its Guest Assistance Card program.
Excerpt from MSN News
Every day, usually more than once, Curtis Doyle reminds his dad about the trip they’re planning for next summer to Walt Disney World. It’s an obvious source of excitement for Doyle, who is 27 years old and has severe autism.
But the trip has become a source of anxiety for his father, Brad Doyle, because Disney said recently it would stop allowing disabled guests to jump ahead in lines at the attractions in its U.S. theme parks. Disney will give them return times instead.
From Skift: Here’s the new Disney policy: