In certain circumstances, Disney may provide guests with a Disney Parks Disability Access Service (DAS) Card that provides an alternative waiting experience for folks who are unable to wait in traditional lines. (If you are interested in this, visit Guest Services at the park.)
Under this system, guests "sign up" to ride a particular attraction (by visiting the attraction at Disney World, or a Guest Relations Kiosk at Disneyland) and are given a return window when they can come back and board with a very short wait. That return time basically functions like an like an extra FASTPASS or FastPass+ window. (Using DAS does not affe
Although our Personalized Touring Plan software does not directly support use of DAS, for Walt Disney World plans you can get a similar effect by simply adding a FastPass+ for the time you expect to have DAS access to an attraction. Our software does not predict DAS return times, nor do we take into account the time it takes to obtain a return time, but this workaround should work well enough for general planning. Plus, with FastPass+ and a touring plan, you may have enough short wait time experiences that you'll make only minimal use of DAS.
including this sort of access in plans for Disneyland and Universal Orlando does not work as well, but if you understand how DAS (or Universal's similar Attractions Assistance Pass) works, you can add a break to account for the time you plan to spend experiencing an attractions for which you plan to use the pass.