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What does SAP stand for?

SAP stands for School Age Program

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Their services have evolved to include infant/toddler and preschool care, school age programs, teen care programs at Burncoat and South High Community schools, home-based child care in 25 licensed providers' homes, and centers at Great Brook Valley and in Main South.
Acknowledgements We wish to thank the Queen Alexandra Foundation for its ongoing financial support, the Queen Alexandra Center Fisher Seating and Orthotics for assisting with the creation of the necessary equipment adaptations, the Gorge Rowing and Paddling Center for their ongoing commitment to providing recreational partnership opportunities, Brad Temple for his time and effort photographing the program, and Audrey Gibson, Program Coordinator for the School Age Program for supporting the therapists' participation in the program.
Representative of the array of topics dealt with (each emphasizing integrating-mainstreaming children and youth with disabilities) are programmatic areas (early childhood including parent/tot and preschool gymnastics and swimming programs, school age programs, after school child care, day and residential camps, training and competition for Special Olympics and New York Games for Physically Challenged, aquatics, land and water fitness activities, youth government, outreach), administrative concerns (employment and volunteerism, transportation, promotion, risk management and emergency procedures, unstructured use of facilities), fiscal matters (fees and financial assistance, fundraising), and attitudes (internal and external awareness).
East End House currently offers nationally accredited Child Care and School Age Programs at affordable rates so parents can work safe in the knowledge their children are safe and learning; an out of school time program for Middle School youth to meet a pressing need for engaging activities for this age group; a Mentoring Program that provides middle school youth with extra support from a caring adult; an Emergency Food Program that provides nutritional assistance to families and individuals struggling to put food on the table; Senior Programs that decrease social isolation; and Volunteer Programs that give youth valuable learning experiences and bring neighbors together.