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SNAP Program Community Consultations - Ontario

Monday, January 29, 2018 to Friday, February 23, 2018

PictureThe SNAP Program will be holding community consultations througout Ontario between January 29th - February 23rd, 2018 on "Adapting the SNAP Program for Black and African Canadian Kids"

The SNAP® Program is a gender-sensitive, evidence-based program that teaches children with disruptive behaviour problems, and their parents, how to stop and think before they act and make better choices “in the moment”. Developed by the Child Development Institute (CDI), the Program helps children between the ages of 6 and 11 to learn self-regulation, self-control, and problem-solving skills. Children who enter the program may have engaged in aggressive, anti-social behaviour, and / or have come into contact with authority figures at school or in the community.

Who should attend the consultations?

Service providers, advocates, educators, social workers, parents, and anyone else who has had experience with Black children aged 6 to 11 who have demonstrated or experienced challenges with self-regulation and / or disruptive behaviours.


What will happen at the consultations?

We will review the SNAP® Program and share the program material. You will have the opportunity to share your experience and knowledge about Black children aged 6 to 11 and provide your input into how the program materials should be adapted from a cultural identity and anti-Black racism lens.


Register to attend a consultation near you

Please register to attend a session near you.
Attendance at each meeting is limited and spots are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Dinner / refreshments will be served.


Please see the SNAP event website for dates/locations and to register.

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