Communication Passport Autism
An Autism Communication Passport is a key component to helping your child transition to school for the first time. An Autism Communication Passport can also be used with a student on their return to school after an extended period of non-attendance, such as the summer holidays. If a new teacher takes over the class mid-way through the year, there will usually be a hand-over between the outgoing and incoming teacher, where essential information is given about their students.
As a parent, you may wish to create an up to date Communication Passport for the incoming teacher.
A 21page (including cover) Printed A4 resource.
The Communication Passport provides detailed sample topic descriptors for parents/caregivers to fill in for their child/loved one supporting their transition/return to school.
Personal Identification Information
Communication (How does the child communicate?)
Child's Favourite Items/Activities
Challenging Times (How to support the child when upset/anxious/afraid)
How To Support The Child
Self Help Skills ( What can the child do for themselves)
Supporting Self Help Skills
Child's Sensory Profile
Medical & Allergy Information
Pay Close Attention
Resource is full colour print, is bound and contains a laminated front and back cover.
If you are unsure on how to fill in a Communication Passport, please go to www.littlepuddins.ie for detailed blog posts on the topic.