Disney Tweaking Disability Access

Disney World is set to begin automating its Disability Access Service Card. (Matt Stroshane/Disney/TNS)
Disney is again updating its program for accommodating guests with disabilities at its theme parks.
Starting Thursday, the Disability Access Service Card is going digital at Walt Disney World in Florida. Rather than write down return times for rides and other attractions on a card, cast members will scan visitors’ tickets or MagicBands, the company said.
The change will allow the disability accommodation to be integrated with My Disney Experience, a website and app for park visitors. .Read more.