SNAP is a non-profit program, based in Durbanville, that offers one-on-one early intervention services to children with Autism. Autism is a neurological disorder that affects the functioning of the brain, resulting in a developmental delay, ranging from very mild to severe. Some of the common characteristics of abnormal behaviour are difficulty with social interaction, communication, reasoning and sensory processing.
In South Africa 1 out of 110 children are affected and an increase of 500 % has taken place over the past 5 years. Not enough government schools exist to help these children and the journey of special needs education remains complex.
SNAP has been in existence for over 15 years and during this time have helped children from almost 36 countries in the world.
As non-profit program, we rely heavily on businesses to support us and have built up a loyal following of supporters through corporates and other businesses during the years.
Cost: R900.00 per entry
Contact: Su-Raè Herring
Tel: 081 7728 339