We’re staying connected throughout the summer with a range of online activity sessions for those children and young people who have regular contact with The SNAP Centre
Positivity is paramount!
The SNAP Team are all still busy working from home and connecting with our families via phone, email, Zoom and Facebook. We are doing everything possible to ensure families have the help they need to endure this challenging time as well as empower them for their next steps. We are still actively fundraising and we hope we can count on your support both now and in the difficult months to come.
We have had to make the difficult decision today to stop family services within the building from this afternoon to make sure we keep families and our staff and volunteers as safe as we can.
We want you to know that we are still here to help all our families at this time.
The first 2020 edition of SNAP Matters is out now and once again it is an essential read for all things SNAP related. Sharing the news of our work and how the charity puts families first, the seventh issue of our magazine is packed full of information for families, supporters and anyone with an interest in the charity.
Looking to take on a charity challenge in 2020? Brave members of Billericay based recruitment agency, Northreach did just that last year when they took on a 50K hike in the Peak District. Team members Sam and James recall their adventure of how they raised a fantastic £1,340 for SNAP.
In 1994, two organisations began – one national and one local – both with a passion to make a difference in the local community. 25 years on, as both celebrate their 25th Anniversary, The National Lottery Community Fund and SNAP (Special Needs And Parents) have successfully made a huge positive impact for people in need of support.
The Autumn edition of SNAP Matters is out now and once again it is an essential read for all things SNAP related. Sharing the news of our work and how the charity puts families first, the seventh issue of our magazine is packed full of information for families, supporters and anyone with an interest in the charity.
Founding members Hilary Needham and Paula Hills explain their drive to start a support group
Focus on the positive! That was the overriding message from independent autism expert Geoff Evans when he spoke about challenging behaviours to more than 200 parents and professionals at The SNAP Centre.
Drawing on more than 30 years’ experience Geoff delivered three talks on ‘A Holistic Approach to Behaviours of Concern, Meltdowns and Closedowns’ as part of SNAP’s autumn training programme.