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Walt Disney World is changing access to the DAS card system

Walt Disney World Changes Disability Passes Over Potential Misuse

Walt Disney World is currently making adjustments to its program that shortens wait times for theme park visitors with autism or a similar disability. Meanwhile, the popular theme park is concerned over misuse by the public leading to changes having to be made. Adjustments will be made to the disability access service card (DAS), which has gained popularity over...

Dubai UAE works towards being a Certified Autism Destination

Dubai UAE Aims To Become A Certified Autism Destination

Currently, Dubai in the United Arab Emirates is nearing the end of its process of becoming a Certified Autism Destination with the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES). This designation is earned in partnership with the Dubai College of Tourism’s Autism and Sensory Awareness course. Meanwhile, it aims to prepare travel...

Spain offers accessible attractions for the disabled

No Barriers: Which Cities In Spain Are Accessible For Those With Disabilities?

In recent years, Spain has taken great strides in ensuring that cultural tourism is available and accessible to everyone. The European country features adapted routes and facilities, specialized services and accessible guides in its major cities. Read on to find out which major Spanish cities and attractions are now available for those with disabilities. Madrid...