- Posted by: Mike Hedges MS
- Category: Latest News
SNAP Cymru’s bilingual app, Wmff!, aims to encourage young people aged 11-25 to seek support and advice for themselves on a range of issues including bullying, exclusions, getting back into education, finding work and young people’s rights.
SNAP Cymru works with children and young people with additional learning needs or who are at risk of becoming NEETS (Not in education, employment or training).
The new app will allow young people to send an instant message to a worker from the SNAP helpline, or email or call the helpline directly. They can also listen and watch young people speak about their own experiences or join a secure online forum and talk to other young people about their problems.