Sharing the latest news of SNAP’s work and how the charity puts families first. Here you can find articles on how our training sessions are empowering parents, learn more about the positive impact of our services and activities, be inspired from our family, volunteer and supporters stories and find out more about some of our future opportunities.

A night of generosity

The prestigious Brentwood School set the stage for an evening of fine wines where guests were put to the test to see if their pallet could ‘beat the wine bluffers on stage’.

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Songs of praise for our connected choirs

The aim of the choir is to help participants feel more confident, connected and less isolated which has the knock-on effect of improving their emotional wellbeing. SNAP’s two choir sessions run during term time – with one for young people aged 8-25 and a separate one for parents.

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A Tri-umphant debut

Organised by Tri Sport Essex, a Triathlon club with a 30-year history, the event provided a great introduction to triathlons and SNAP was chosen as the recipient charity!

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Ignoring the judgment

SNAP parent, Natalie, blogs about her family’s journey after her son was diagnosed at 2.5 years old with autism along with sensory processing disorder, global development delay and a speech and language delay. Here she gives a little insight…

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Karen Boath appointed SNAP’s CEO

Our Family Services Director, Karen Boath, has been appointed SNAP’s Chief Executive and is determined to continue to provide families with the ‘gold star’ service that SNAP has delivered since the charity first opened its doors in 1994.

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