SNAP Education is a Non-Profit Centre based in Durbanville and offers one-on-one early intervention services and schooling to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
This early intervention treatment centre started in 1998. In 2006 the centre expanded it's services to include foundation phase schooling. Today the school accommodates 76 learners and follow an adapted CAPS curriculum for Grade 0 - Grade 6 learners. SNAP will enroll their first Grade 7 learners in 2017.
Autism is a neurological disorder that affects the functioning of the brain, resulting in a developmental delay, ranging from very mild to severe. Some common characteristics of abnormal behaviour are difficulty with social interaction, communication, reasoning and sensory processing.
In South Africa 1 out of 88 children are diagnosed with ASD.
All the funds will be used to subsidise the fees of families who experience financial difficulties.
Cost: R1000.00 per entry includes a SNAP t-shirt
Contact: Dalene Swart
Tel: 082 922 4534