Sensory passports. What they are and how they help. What is a sensory passport?. A short accessible document Created with the child (ideally) Presented in the child’s chosen format Provides key information for the adults involved – e.g. parents, teachers, therapists,.
What they are and
how they help
Effective partnership depends on clear communication between parents, children and professionals.Health professionals should ensure that information about a child’s ophthalmic disorder is presented in an understandable way and is supplemented by written information, including copies of clinic letters, where appropriate.