SNAP (Supporting, Nurturing, Accepting People)

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Last Updated: 15/02/2024

Snap is an inclusive, support, encouragement, signposting and well-being support group for any individuals with disabilities.

From birth to end of life, their parents, carers, family members and professionals living with or supporting them. No diagnosis required; we understand this takes time.

Wellbeing, mindfulness, and reading areas if you need "you time".

A creative area where you can bring your own things or join in a craft while chatting and sharing life stories.

We also have a pastoral and information team who are there to support you if you need a listening ear or advice and signposting.

Drop-in mornings are held on a Tuesday at Bridge Central, Portland Street, Lincoln. LN5 7NN

For general enquiries please email:

[email protected]
[email protected]

Or if you wish to contact the SNAP Co-Ordinator, Dawn Wilson please email:

[email protected]

You can also access information at a time that is convenient to you by scanning the QR code below.

This is good for wellbeing because

  • Snap is good for wellbeing because our team are dedicated to supporting and championing individuals in a person-centred way. Knowing no individual or family are the same and all need different things to support their wellbeing and life, so our pop in Tuesday mornings give opportunities to do what is important to you.
  • We have a resource library to support you with access to our new portal, a QR Code where you can access information/signposting directories specific to needs and well-being journeys.

  • Snap has various ways to support you and your wellbeing. You are not alone, our team care.
  • We provide a lifeline telephone support as we never want anyone to feel lonely or isolated- available school hours Monday to Friday.

  • Snap is good for parents and carers well-being too.  We provide a time for you to talk, receive support and then learn wellbeing techniques to support your everyday.

We enjoy Snap, it helps us mentally to know there is someone to lean on. Gives us opportunities to meet other parents going through similar, get advice and support. That we are not alone in our struggles.

Snap to me is a safe haven, supportive and caring where I can be me without judgement and the 1st place, I could start my personal journey to conquer fears and feel proud of myself.

How to contact

Where to go

Bridge Central
Portland Street
City of Lincoln

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