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Proposed changes to the Law for children and young people with SEN in Wales

As the biggest overhaul of the SEN system of the last thirty years is being proposed, it is essential that the changes being developed improve the provision of support for children and young people across education, social care and health services and creates a system that is transparent and clear to all.

The reforms must be developed and introduced in a way that is achievable for local authorities across Wales while making sure that CYP and their families can benefit as soon as possible.

Read our summary of where we are now.

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Are you passionate about improving services for people with Additional Learning Needs?

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Families First

Families First is a Welsh Government funded programme aimed at supporting families living in, or at risk of falling into, poverty.

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We are in the process of making our website fully bilingual.

We provide a bilingual service and if you would like any of our information leaflets in Welsh or support from a Welsh speaking advisor please contact us at: enquiries@snapcymru.org

Education for All

Encouraging Partnership – since 1986 SNAP Cymru has worked with families and professionals in schools, education, health and social care to help ensure that children and young people’s needs are identified, assessed and provision made to help them reach their potential and be fully included.

Listening to Children – Staff and volunteers work with families and professionals, supporting children and young people to participate in planning and decision making which affects them, advocating where appropriate.

Giving Families a Voice - SNAP Cymru raise awareness of issues related to SEN, Disability, and other barriers to inclusion including: exclusion from school and education, disengagement from education, employment or training, poverty, deprivation, English or Welsh as a second language.

With offices all over Wales offering help and advice when you need it most, our local knowledge can help guide you through the differing implementations of the support and services offered by your local authority and by other charitable organisations. Check out our information pages or call us on our National Helpline Number 0845 120 3730.


Snap Cymru Services

Advocacy Advocacy Exclusion Exclusion
Early Years Provision Early Years Provision Additional Learning Needs Additional Learning Needs
The SEN Statement Process The SEN Statement Process Disagreement Resolution Disagreement Resolution
Parent Partnership Service Parent Partnership Service Pupil Participartion Pupil Participation
Transition Transition Working with Young People


Latest News

James Hale's Fantastic Gower Triathlon Success

23rd December 2013

James Hale has raised over £800 for SNAP Cymru by taking part in the Gower Triathlon

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‘Your Assembly – your say, your way’ youth consultation

25th October 2013

If you’re aged between 11 and 18, the National Assembly for Wales needs your help. It wants you to say what matters to you ...

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Labour pledge to change disability hate crime law

30th September 2013

The Labour Party has said that it would reform the disability hate crime law so that it has parity with other forms of hate ...

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Success for SNAP

24th September 2013

SNAP Cymru Family and Young Person’s officers are the first in Wales to achieve Level 4 Key-working Accreditation.

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The future delivery of education services in Wales

23rd September 2013

SNAP Cymru believe that helping children with SEN to achieve is fundamental to sustaining improvements in schools’ ...

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'Your Assembly – Your Say, Your Way’ Youth Consultation

20th September 2013

The launch of the ‘Your Assembly – Your Say, Your Way’ youth consultation has been announced. Young people are affected by ...

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