Go Back   theDIBB > Other Planning Discussion > Disneyland Paris Trip Planning
Forgotten Password?
Notices
Disneyland Paris Trip Planning Disneyland Paris Holiday Planning Questions and Tips.
Reply
 
Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
Old 18 Sep 18, 06:45 AM  
Link to this Post
#11
NatashaAudrey
Getting to know the DIBB
 
NatashaAudrey's Avatar
 
Join Date: Apr 18
Mobile

Originally Posted by LittleMissD View Post
Thanks for the heads up. His mum gets DLA for him and Dad has a blue badge so thats handy. If Dads having a bad day he wont be able to transfer so I think it rules out lots of rides for him but my nephew will want to do the rollercoasters and will struggle with the queues.
Definitely up and ask about money back then as it doesnt matter which adult.

Im here now and I got my priority pass yesterday from city hall and they were lovely. I just showed my blue badge as that had my photo on it. If you show a letter you will need a passport as well.

For the parades theres a little priority section nearby its a small world and it meant I could just walk up at 5:20 and get a spot to see the floats 😊
NatashaAudrey is offline Girl Mouse Click to view Members Gallery Click to view Members Trip Plans
DISNEYLAND PARIS :D
Reply With Quote
Old 18 Sep 18, 12:17 PM  
Link to this Post
#12
johnnysharp2
Excited about Disney
 
Join Date: Mar 09
Looks like we will need a doctors note too for our son's autism for next May.

For anyone who has done it how did you approach your GP and what did you say?

Our son has severe learning difficulties, non verbal and doesn't have the patience levels to queue for long periods.
Been to WDW several times but on our past trips to DLP have never had or needed a doctors note.
We do have one and have taken it with us on holiday several times, which does explain Joshua''s condition but it's dated 2012!

Edited at 12:22 PM.
johnnysharp2 is offline Boy Mouse Click to view Members Gallery Click to view Members Trip Plans Reply With Quote
Old 18 Sep 18, 08:56 PM  
Link to this Post
#13
orlando10
slightly serious Dibber
 
orlando10's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 06
Hi

As your dad has a blue badge this will enable him to have a green priority pass which allows himself and four additional people to use it with him and also a free carer.

Your nephew if he is in receipt of DLA this also would allow him a green priority pass so again an additional four people included.

This explains it better,

*Priority Disability Pass
The Priority Disability Pass is usually coloured Green at Disneyland Paris & allows disabled guests & up to 4 helpers/group members priority access at certain attractions. Queuing times will be dependant on visitor numbers but is generally much less than the average standard wait times. The rules on qualification were updated in May 2018.

The Pass can be only be used if the person with the disability intends to ride the attraction. To qualify you will need an original document dated within the last 12 months showing you are in receipt of either DLA, Attendance Allowance or PIP (or your countries equivalent) certifying that you have a disability OR a European disabled Parking Badge (Blue Badge). You will also be entitled to ONE FREE CARERS ticket each day on production of the necessary documents.*

If you have booked a package with DLP you can call and explain about a guest having a disability and will be accompanied with a carer and they will refund you the ticket price for your number of days.

Just make sure you have all paperwork with you, although my daughter has a blue badge and that was all they needed to see, they asked about her condition and explained there are some rides that only allow a certain number of disabled guests can go on at a time, so whilst we could use the priority queue we may still have to wait, although we never had to wait long.

HTH
__________________
MIC 03, Rodeway 04,05, Windwood 06,Sandy Ridge 07,
Terre verde 07, NYC & WDW 08, Bahama Bay 08,
Hampton Lakes 09, Villas@SDL 11, Terre verde 13,
DCL & Bahama bay 14.
DLP 16, S.Dunes 17.

Edited at 08:57 PM.
orlando10 is offline Girl Mouse Click to view Members Gallery Click to view Members Trip Plans Reply With Quote
Old 19 Sep 18, 05:42 PM  
Link to this Post
#14
LittleMissD
Thread Starter
Excited about Disney
 
LittleMissD's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 15
Mobile

Originally Posted by orlando10 View Post
Hi

As your dad has a blue badge this will enable him to have a green priority pass which allows himself and four additional people to use it with him and also a free carer.

Your nephew if he is in receipt of DLA this also would allow him a green priority pass so again an additional four people included.

This explains it better,

*Priority Disability Pass
The Priority Disability Pass is usually coloured Green at Disneyland Paris & allows disabled guests & up to 4 helpers/group members priority access at certain attractions. Queuing times will be dependant on visitor numbers but is generally much less than the average standard wait times. The rules on qualification were updated in May 2018.

The Pass can be only be used if the person with the disability intends to ride the attraction. To qualify you will need an original document dated within the last 12 months showing you are in receipt of either DLA, Attendance Allowance or PIP (or your countries equivalent) certifying that you have a disability OR a European disabled Parking Badge (Blue Badge). You will also be entitled to ONE FREE CARERS ticket each day on production of the necessary documents.*

If you have booked a package with DLP you can call and explain about a guest having a disability and will be accompanied with a carer and they will refund you the ticket price for your number of days.

Just make sure you have all paperwork with you, although my daughter has a blue badge and that was all they needed to see, they asked about her condition and explained there are some rides that only allow a certain number of disabled guests can go on at a time, so whilst we could use the priority queue we may still have to wait, although we never had to wait long.

HTH
This is so helpful thank you 😊
LittleMissD is offline Girl Mouse Click to view Members Gallery Click to view Members Trip Plans Reply With Quote
Reply

Bookmarks
Orlando Attractions

Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search
Display Modes

Forum Jump

DVC Magic

All times are GMT +1. The time now is 07:57 AM.


Powered by vBulletin - Copyright © 2000 - 2018, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Orlando Ticket Deals

theDIBB Menu

Ocean Florida

US Dollar Rates
ASDA  $1.2992
CaxtonFX  $1.2779
Covent Garden FX  $1.2910
FAIRFX  $1.2800
John Lewis  $1.2920
M&S  $1.2564
Post Office  $1.2808
Sainsburys  $1.2815
TESCO  $1.2834
Travelex  $1.2816
Updated: 07:30 23/09/2018

theDIBB Charities
Cancer Research UK
DIBB Members have Donated: £10,090
£


Macmillan Cancer Support
DIBB Members have Donated: £1,045
£

Euro Rates
ASDA  €1.1024
CaxtonFX  €1.0880
Covent Garden FX  €1.0952
FAIRFX  €1.0900
John Lewis  €1.1004
M&S  €1.0686
Post Office  €1.0891
Sainsburys  €1.0911
TESCO  €1.0925
Travelex  €1.0900
Updated: 07:30 23/09/2018

Orlando Weather
Florida Time
Sun 23rd Sep 2:57am
Now: 25C/77F
Broken Clouds
Broken Clouds
Cloud Cover: 75%
Wind: 7mph - ENE Arrow points to where the wind is coming from.
Pressure: 1017mb
Humidity: 94%
Illuminations Smoke
Updated: 06:10 23/09/2018