Your neurodiversity passport
The Neurodiversity Passport has been designed to help neurodivergent people to communicate their needs to health professionals. It includes questions about sensory processing, communication preferences, as well as asking what might make you feel anxious or overwhelmed and what we can do to support you.
You can complete the passport yourself, or our staff can complete it with you.
Once you have completed the passport, please print it out and bring it with you to your appointment and hand it to your clinician. We’ll add it to your patient records so any of our staff who work with you will be able to see it.
Alternatively, when you come for your appointment, you can ask your clinician to complete the form with you.
Read our Neurodiversity passport news item
our vision is for everyone to recognise, understand and celebrate neurodiversity, and for all neurodivergent people working in, or using our services to be empowered and enabled to have equal services, support and fulfilling lives. Our neurodiversity strategy sets out how we’re trying to address some of these issues.