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Does Disney land offer passes to people with ADHD so they can cut the lines.

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Have you been to Disneyland? I'm pretty sure everyone there has ADHD...

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Now THAT is a wonderful answer !!!
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Isn't that a prerequisite to being hired there as well??????
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No, they do offer passes for people who pay to set a time to cut the lines though.

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The parks make accommodations for guests with visual, auditory or movement disabilities. Learning disabilities are not listed as one of their accommodations.

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I once tried to skip a line at Disneyland and a little kid kicked my shin and an angry mom kicked me in my manhood AND I was dragged off the ride by security. Trust me bro it ain't worth it

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I was on crutches one time when I went. They saw my crutches and offered me the pass when we were paying for parking. So I said SURE!!! I used it once. All it does is put you slightly ahead of everyone else. You do not get to skip the entire lines.

And you know what? Everyone else paid their $80 bucks to get in too so why should you get to move ahead? ADHD is nothing special. It a slight learning disability treated with medication and therapy -- there is even a debate on whether those who are "diagnosed" even have this condition. When I was a kid, instead of taking medication for being hyper and not being able to sit still or concentrate, we went outside and played!!! Someone with ADHD is not special (thousands are "diagnosed" every day) and does not deserve special treatment at an AMUSEMENT PARK of all places!!!!

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Why in the world would they? We're not talking about a debilitating illness or disease here...it's ADHD...a very commonly misdiagnosed learning disorder. It doesn't make you worthy of any special treatment. And trying the "I can't stand still for that long" is ridiculous as well. If you wanna ride the rides, stand in line like everybody else.

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