SNAP Inverness
Welcome to SNAP
 

What is SNAP?

Special Needs Action Project is a voluntary sector organisation that offers a range of services during Out of School hours for children and young people who have learning disabilities.

To be eligible for SNAP, the children / young adults must be between the age of 5 and 30, live within the Inverness area OR attend School within the Inverness area.

Get in touch

Telephone: 01463 233006
Postal address: SNAP, Drummond School, Drummond Road, Inverness. IV2 4NZ.

 

 

 
 
 
The Team

The team at SNAP consists of a Board of Trustees who are volunteers, Service Manager, Finance Officer, Team Leaders, Relief Team Leaders, Team Workers, Volunteers, Funding Co-ordinator and Administrator - over 40 people in total.

 

What We Do

Special Needs Action Project is a voluntary sector organisation that offers a range of services during Out of School hours for young people (aged 5 - 30 years)  who all have a learning disability.

  

 

 
What's happening

 SNAP has been given money from the Short Breaks Fund to extend our 'Out and About' and 'Sleepover' Projects. This money will benefit the young people as well as the Carers who look after them.  

 

 

 

 

 


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