Henry was diagnosed soon after birth with cerebellar hypoplasia (a part of his brain is smaller than it should be) and we were advised that he will have developmental delays. Friends put us in touch with another family who used SNAPS and when he was around 6 months old we started visiting and became regulars when he was 10 months.
For a year Henry took part in hydrotherapy and has now switched to Rebound (trampolining). The progress we have seen is amazing from a child who was floppy to one who is super quick when crawling and starting to progress to walking. As parents we also get support from coming through meeting others in similar situations.
The family also enjoys the play aspect with sessions of arts and crafts, music and baking. Coming to SNAPS has had a positive impact for our whole family and we are forever grateful for this charity and the volunteers.