Emily shared her SNAPS story with us. Please meet Lizzy.
We have attended SNAPS at different times in our journey as a ‘Special Family’. In the early days, when Lizzy was 2, it was to feel that we weren’t alone and to have a safe place to socialise and not feel judged. Now Lizzie is older, we attend so she can meet with her friends and play Boccia.
She can also access affordable additional therapy that would cost astronomical prices should we source it privately. SNAPS continues to be the ‘go to’ place for support for Lizzie, us as parents and for her little brother, who we also hope will form friendships with other siblings. The dedication from the staff and the familiar faces is vital
to the smooth and successful running of SNAPS. We look forward to our Saturday mornings there.