Although the children enjoy the activities, I have benefited so much from being able to talk to other parents and access support for me.

Janine - Thurrock

It is such a warm and friendly place and we can sit and relax with a coffee knowing both children are so happy - we never get a chance to do this anywhere else.

Rachel - Brentwood

Tuesday 1st May 2018

SNAP matters Summer issue out now!

Sharing the news of SNAP's work and how the charity puts families first, the third issue of SNAP matters is out now for families, supporters and anyone with an interest in SNAP.

In our Summer issue we put SNAP's Parent and Professional Training in the spotlight along with a list of our upcoming opportunities, we go behind the scenes in the making of our new sensory wall at The SNAP Centre and we chat to one of SNAP's founding members, Paula Hills, following her recent Civic Award honour from the Borough of Brentwood.

SNAP matters Summer issue 2018

"I can honestly say that coming to SNAP is the best part of my week. It doesn't even feel like I'm volunteering it just feels like I'm catching up with my friends. Everyone is so friendly and welcoming, it really makes you feel like you are part of one big family."
One of SNAP's inspirational young volunteers in this issue of SNAP matters.

Hard copies are available from The SNAP Centre. If you have any stories you would like to see featured in the magazine or views on our third issue, please contact the editor Michelle Andrews - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.