Yesterday afternoon, we received an update from Disneyland. We will continue to share new updates with you as we receive them.
Here’s what Disneyland says:
“Thank you for your patience. We wanted to get back to you to let you know that we will be introducing an exciting new discount ticket program called My Magical Day for nonprofit organizations whose primary mission is to serve individuals with disabilities. We will share more information about eligibility and next steps this spring.”
The information provided on this page is subject to change at any time.
Disneyland offers discounted admission tickets to individuals with disabilities through their Community Involvement Program. To purchase tickets, you must go through an organization that serves individuals with disabilities and that is registered with Disney to participate in the program such as NLACRC.
We have not yet received information from Disneyland about their 2020 program. When it does become available, we will post updates on this page.
If you are interested in participating in the program, please fill out a Release of Information Form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or ask your service coordinator to turn it in for you. You must be an ACTIVE consumer with North Los Angeles County Regional Center in order to participate in the program through NLACRC.
Turning in a release form does not guarantee that you will be able to purchase tickets. Ticket sales are limited and it is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Who can participate?
We can only assist active NLACRC consumers. We do not process forms for consumers who have closed or inactive cases. We are also unable to assist consumers from other regional centers. If you are a client with another regional center, please contact your regional center to see if they participate in the program.
Do not list a P.O. box as an address
When completing the release form, do not include P.O. Box addresses as Disney will not
accept them. Please specify apartment/unit number if the individual lives in an apartment
How can I turn in my release of information form?
Forms should be sent by email to email@example.com or ask your service coordinator to turn in a completed form for you.
If you have participated in the Disney program in previous years, turn in a new release form only if your contact information has changed (name, address, email, etc.)
One release form per household. Do not send multiple copies of release forms.
If more than one person in the home is a regional center client, please submit one form for
one consumer. If more than one release form per household, or multiple copies for one consumer is received, this may result in duplicate entries on the Disney list and will result in automatic removal from the Disney list and from the program.
How to verify that you are on the Disney list
If an individual wants to verify that he/she is on our Disney list, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the consumer and we will verify whether or not the
individual is in the Disney database. Due to the high volume of emails we receive, it may take several days for us to respond.
No guarantee Submitting a release form does not guarantee that an individual will be able to purchase
tickets as ticket quantities are limited. Tickets are issued on a first-come, first-serve basis.
We do our best to make sure that each person who turns in a timely release form is included on the Disney list but due to the high volume of requests we receive and the large amount of inquiries we receive, but unfortunately sometimes inadvertent errors may occur.