SNAP stands for the Special Needs Aquatic Program. SNAP is a motor development program in the water for children with physical and/or cognitive challenges. SNAP strives to help kids with special needs feel pride and self-confidence while helping to build stronger bodies, build friendships, and have fun. Volunteers work one-on-one with our swimmers in the water each week under the supervision of a head instructor and physical therapist. You will learn about the needs of your special child, learn best how to work with him or her, how to improve motor and social skills, have the opportunity to build a friendship with a special kid, and have lots of fun.
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