Important Update 3rd November 2020

Dear Learners, Parents, Carers, & Supporters of MK SNAP, after receiving advice and guidance about the current lockdown measures, we are pleased to announce we are staying open for this period of time.

Due to our service being a COVID-19 secure environment we are able to remain open as normal. If there are any changes, we will inform you of this.

We would remind learners, parents and carers to please follow the latest guidance on ‘social distancing’ for vulnerable adults.

Please do not attend the centre if you have any symptoms or have been in close contact with a person who has tested positive or you have been asked to self-isolate by NHS test and trace.

Please continue to monitor our social media and website for updates on our service and support/guidance where possible.

Stay safe.

Celebrating over 27 years experience of working with disabled people in the community.

We are proud to say many of our learners go on to enjoy working with local organisations and companies with specialist support. MK SNAP has a dedicated team of 24 qualified and specialist staff and a team of volunteers here to support you and your loved ones.

Remembering Romini

It is with great sadness that we share the news that one of our learners, Romini Kumar, has passed away. Romini was a popular and well-loved learner at MK SNAP for many years. Always smiling, Romini was a pleasure to teach and a brilliant friend of MK SNAP. Following a battle with COVID19 and despite the best care from colleagues at MK Hospital; Romini could not be saved and passed peacefully on Tuesday 7th April 2020. Our deepest condolences and heartfelt wishes go to Romini’s family at this difficult time.

Romini will always be remembered and missed by all of us at MK SNAP; where she spent many happy days.

Remembering Isi

It is with great sadness that we share the news that one of our learners, Isimapeme Ivowi, affectionately known as ‘Isi’ has passed away. Isi was a gentle, happy and well-loved learner at MK SNAP for many years. Known for his big smiles and warm handshakes, Isi was loved by all who knew him and was a treasured friend of MK SNAP. Following a battle with COVID19 and despite the best care from colleagues at MK Hospital; Isi could not be saved and passed peacefully. Our deepest condolences and heartfelt wishes go to Isi’s family at this incredibly difficult time; who are bravely bearing this as a second dreadful loss following the earlier passing of another family member over the Easter weekend.

Isi will always be remembered and missed by all of us at MK SNAP; where he spent many happy days.

Our Vision

Our vision is to transform our community through the promotion of independence, inspiration and opportunity.

MK SNAP Learners in their own crowns!

Established in 1992; MK SNAP is an award winning local charity providing life skills, education and work training for adults with learning disabilities.

Visit our community built centre in Walnut Tree and see the incredible achievements and skills of the learners in a safe and inclusive facility.

MK SNAP is a passionate and dynamic local charity providing, education and work training sessions designed for individuals aged 18+ years. Giving them the support to grow confidence, develop life skills and harness their hidden talents.

Our sessions are designed for each individual’s needs offering education, from cooking to interpersonal skills and work experience. Enabling your loved ones the opportunities to enjoy the everyday freedoms we take for granted.

Our learners are from Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas. They include adults with learning disabilities and specialist needs. We are an inclusive and professional centre offering social skills and community engagement at the heart of what we do.

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