Our Special Journey: Pregnancy Passport is a booklet to support women in having a healthy pregnancy, tracking their progress, and preparing for their baby.
The Pregnancy Passport includes:
- information relating to your patient's needs and the care she can expect throughout her pregnancy, birth, and after the baby is born;
- a place to record check-ups and tests;
- places to write down goals, questions, ideas, decisions, and hope and dreams for her baby; and
- a list of resources for more information.
The new 2016 passport was adapted from the 2011 Women's Health Pregnancy Passport and informed by the 2015 Aboriginal Pregnancy Passport.
Women should ask their doctor, midwife, or local health unit for a Pregnancy Passport.