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*Individuals requesting the IAC card for themselves must be 18 years or older
Requesting accommodations at an attraction can be stressful and frustrating. Luckily, many parks and attractions are providing options so that everyone in the family can still enjoy the fun. The International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES) created the digital IBCCES Accessibility Card (IAC) as a free resource for individuals who need to request accommodations or assistance at participating amusement parks and attractions.
The IAC helps identify accommodations needed and expedite the process at parks and attractions. Please read the below information very carefully and note that the IAC does NOT guarantee entry to an attraction and any special accommodations or benefits provided are at the sole discretion of that attraction.
Please register for your IAC 48 hrs prior to your planned visit to a park
“It makes the process quick and convenient.”
“Allows my child to experience rides that he otherwise would not be able to without extreme stress/ difficulties.”
“The card was so helpful for us. My son is non-verbal ASD and waiting in line for some of the rides is really hard on him. We used our pass at Fiesta Texas and it made our trip so much easier.”
Examples of Needs or Accommodations Requests
The IAC card is good for 1 year following the registration date and can be updated/renewed as many times as needed.
The IAC is used as part of the accommodations process at participating attractions and parks. Locations that use the IAC will direct visitors to register on accessbilitycard.org.
To view the full list of locations click here. Please contact the park directly to see what accommodations are available.
The IAC card is available for digital download only but also has the option to print if needed. There is also a mobile app version available to download through Google Play or the Apple App Store.
Please present your card at the guest services desk upon arrival for details about what accommodations may be available.
The IAC card is a free resource to help individuals with cognitive disorders or physical impairments identify helpful accommodations when visiting certified attractions.
Registration can be done in 3 simple steps:
Take IAC to participating park
Get access to available accommodations
You can login to your IAC registration here and reprint or download your card at any time.