News from the Snap Team
Our newsletter is a little delayed as we waited to see if the government confirmed its position on mandatory vaccinations for care staff.
At the time of going to press, 2nd February, nothing has been formally confirmed, but it appears mandatory vaccinations are likely to be scrapped. We will update information as we get it on our news and blogs page.
Thank you to Jessica Clough from Boyes Turner who has kept us informed on this subject.
Meet Ruby, Jade’s new daughter!
We are delighted to tell you that our recruiter Jade, has had a beautiful little girl, Ruby.
She kept everyone waiting a while, but she arrived safe and well.
Many congratulations to Jade and Paul; we are all looking forward to Ruby joining some of our Team meetings!
Running for Charity
Two of the Snap Care team have started their training to run in charity events. Tom will be running the Royal Parks half marathon, and Sally will be running (or running/walking!) the Great South Run.
Tom’s chosen charity is to be confirmed soon and Sally will be joining Team Claire – with Claire Lomas, MBE, supporting the wonderful Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation, NSIF. Click here for more information, you might want to join us!
We will keep you updated on our progress!
Sally Britton started Snap Care in 2001 and continues to manage the business on a day to day basis.
My interest in the area of disability started from a very personal viewpoint; my step-daughter Camilla has cerebral palsy. She was our motivation to start Snap Care and continues to be my personal benchmark for the quality of candidates we work with. As MD of Snap Care, I see the vital role support workers play in our clients’ lives, providing more than just the basic care needs to maximise each child or client’s opportunities.