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Individuals who have disabilities
requiring physical or other support are often ‘handled’ without any
consideration to their personal and bodily autonomies, nor to their preferences
or wishes. SNAAP is a set of strategies that can help support personnel and
specialists curb their potentially intrusive behaviors, and actively seek
consent of all individuals they work with.
Learning Objectives:At the end of this session, participants will…
1. Name at least one difference between personal and bodily autonomy.
2. Identify and describe the steps to SNAAP (Stop, Notify, Await, Acknowledge, Proceed).
3. Select at least one good reason why SNAAP can be beneficial to students with disabilities.
This session was presented on October 28, 2022, by Erika Fundelius