I've been hearing rumblings and have read in other places that the Disney GAC scheme will be ending next month.
Disney are allegedly replacing it with a Disabled Assistance System [DAS] and under the new scheme, visitors with disabilities will get a Fastpass-like return times for those rides, but only for one ride at a time. A guest with a qualifying disability will need to present a DAS pass, which include his or her photo, to get admitted at that return time. If a DAS user doesn't ride, no one in his or her party will be admitted to the attraction. Since DAS users can reserve only one return time at a time and won't be able to transfer that benefit to anyone, there should be no wait-time advantage to having a DAS pass over using the park's stand-by queues.
Visitors can get the DAS card at Guest Relations, and reserve return times at designated kiosks around the parks.
The new system is rumoured to be put in place at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World on the 9th October 2013.
I'm assuming that Disney are bringing this in to try and stop the abuse of the GAC that takes place. Recently, when I was waiting in Guest Services for Chris to come back, I saw 6 different families come in and ask for a GAC, there was nothing physically wrong with them, I know that doesn't mean there isn't, but one family added 5 people to their party and when they went outside, the person in the wheelchair got out and they put all their bags in the seat :nono: