It is a simple and practical guide to help people communicate with a non-verbal child. It contains personal information about the child’s needs, such as their medical condition, likes and dislikes and so on. The child owns the passport, not the parents or professionals.
Complete this play passport with the parent and child (if appropriate) before they start with you.
Doing this before the child starts will help you plan. This will allow you to make any reasonable adjustments and do any training.
This document gives you information about the child or young person and how to support them well.
Share this passport with all staff working with that child or young person.
We recommend that you offer a passport like this to all children.