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Passport templates for your child

These health, communication and activities passport templates could be useful for your child or young person with additional needs/disability.

You can add in relevant information about your child, perhaps for a hospital appointment or an after-school activity. 

Health Passport: 

Use it at hospitals, clinic visits or GP appointments. Or keep a spare for holidays or one in the car glovebox in case of emergency.

Download a Word document at the bottom of the page, then customise it for your child or young person. Or visit our healthcare passport page for other examples.

Cover of hospital passport document

 

Activities Passport: 

Use it for after school clubs or perhaps a school outing/visit. Share it with  activity providers such as Girlguides, Scouts or family fun days, etc. 

You can add information such as:

  • our child’s likes and dislikes
  • their medication
  • what to do in an emergency.

With the passport - you can view a sample below - you don’t have to repeat information every time your child goes to an event (you may be asked for additional information from the activity provider i.e. permission to take photos). The Passport is for families with a child/young person up to age 25.

You are entitled to a Passport if your child/young person is enrolled on the SCIP Database and has a disability or additional needs. You can join SCIP via the county council website. A copy of the Passport will then be sent to you.

If you have any questions please contact the SCIP Co-ordinator Joan Adamson.

E: SCIP@cambridgeshire.gov.uk 

T: 01480 379827  

Communications Passport/One Page Profile example 

Here's an example of a Communication Passport or a “One Page Profile” that can be produced by parents and carers to give a clear,  person-centred description of their child or young person with SEND. It helps anyone working with them to understand the their needs and strengths and what helps them, say, at school. It can be useful to give copies of a pupil’s passport or profile to new schools, new member of staff etc so that they can get a quick and easy to read basic profile of a pupil.

You can customise it to the needs of your child (the boxes on medical needs or self-help needs, for example, can be removed. that box can be removed). It can also be adapted for for older children or young people. 

Download Word and PDF versions at the bottom of this page.