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Teamwork. Inclusion. Comraderie.


Our Programs

Our programs are staffed by adult coaches along with middle and high school mentors who serve as peer role models and “teammates.”  These members of our community are moms and dads, brothers and sisters, teachers and specialists.

Some may have degrees in special education or other therapeutic training, while many others may not. What they share, however, is a passion for enriching the lives and experiences of our special needs community.

SNAP’s greatest impact is that it removes barriers between kids with special needs and their classmates.

SNAP programs bring participants and mentors together in a relaxed environment, allowing them to get to know each other. Each Sunday, they run up to each other with high fives and hugs!
— Fred Hussey, SNAP Board Member & Soccer Coach

South Shore SNAP programs are designed to be flexible, and prerequisite skills are not required. Coaches and mentors strive to meet each particular child at his or her own level, providing 1:1 assistance for those who require it. All of our volunteers are CORI checked and trained prior to working with our participants.

Families are encouraged to provide input on the child’s abilities or limitations.  Our goal is for everyone to have a happy, healthy experience!

Register: Summer 2019

2019 South Shore SNAP Summer Program at the South Shore Country Club

South Shore SNAP is pleased to offer a recreational program for students aged 4-22 with special needs. The program will run from July 1–August 2nd, Monday–Friday, from 12:30pm-4pm at South Shore Country Club. On Friday, August 2nd, the program will meet from 9am-12pm, followed by swimming time and an end of summer celebration. Parents may register their children for Monday–Thursday or Monday–Friday for any or all weeks. Please note that the program will not meet on July 4th and 5th.

Students will rotate through several activities each day, including tennis, golf, bowling and arts and crafts. On Friday afternoons students may swim in the Country Club pool. Special activities are also planned. In past years these have included a martial arts clinic, yoga, adaptive dance and a visit from the Hingham Fire Department. The program is overseen by a Program Coordinator and an Assistant Coordinator, with the help of dedicated high school mentors. 1:1 support is available if needed.

Transportation is available from Hingham Public Schools Extended School Year program as well as for students coming from Scituate High School’s ESY program. Cost is $45/day or $165/week. Financial aid is available. Participation is limited to 40 students.

Please direct questions to:


July 1-3
July 8-12
July 15-19
July 22-26
July 29 - August2
(program runs 12:30pm-4pm daily)


South Shore Country Club
274 South Street
Hingham, MA 02043



SNAP Week at Sunset Point Camp

South Shore SNAP and Sunset Point Camp in Hull, Massachusetts are pleased to offer a Buddy Week program for South Shore children with special needs! Children are invited to attend the camp August 12-16 from 8:00am-4:00pm and will be integrated into Sunset Point’s wonderful program. SNAP children will be partnered with buddies attending the camp and will participate in a variety of recreational activities such as swimming, kayaking, paddle boats, arts and crafts, and drama. Staff to camper ratio is 1:3 but 1:1 coverage can be arranged if needed. There is a $200 registration fee and financial aid is available.

Please direct questions to:


August 12-16
(program runs 8:00am-4:00pm daily)


Sunset Point Camp
Two 10th Street
Hull, MA 02045


$200 (financial aid available)

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Interested in becoming a coach or mentor for one of our programs? We’d love to hear from you!