Disney reps maintain that the change was made in response to reports of fraud, including visitors who hired people with disabilities to jump the lines. In a statement, a Disney spokesperson offered the company’s standard response to the case over the years: “Disney Parks have an unwavering commitment to providing an inclusive and accessible environment for all our guests.”
According to the lawsuit, The problem with Disney’s current policy is that some people with autism rely on routine and consistency, and waiting for reserved ride times can throw them off schedule and cause meltdowns and distress.
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