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SNAP® Outcomes

Disruptive Behaviour

CDI is committed to providing programs and services that are accountable, client-centred and effective. As part of that commitment, CDI monitors the effectiveness and quality of its programs in many ways. SNAP evaluation and research uses standardized measures from a variety of sources and informants, and the most stringent research and evaluation designs to achieve the highest effectiveness designations. Our research has focused on establishing measurable, positive and sustainable changes for both child and family. With over 30 years of research and evaluations (internal and external studies), these findings are not only exemplary but repeatable.

SNAP proven outcomes

  • Increased emotion regulation, self-control, problem-solving skills, pro-social communication, executive functioning and social competency
  • Decreased antisocial behaviour, rule breaking, depression, anxiety and police contact
  • Enhanced ability to make better choices in peers
  • Improved success at school, including a decrease in disciplinary issues
  • Increased connection to positive community activities
  • Development of effective child management strategies, positive support systems, coping abilities and communication skills
  • Decreased parental distress and increased parental competency
  • Development of positive pro-social values and conduct

Long-term outcomes (12+ months)

  • Maintenance of post-group achievements 
  • Continued improvement in the parent’s ability to use effective child management strategies
  • No involvement with the criminal justice system
  • Delayed and less frequent trouble with the police/delayed entry into the youth justice system
  • Continued improvement in the child’s executive functioning

For more information about SNAP, please visit www.stopnowandplan.com.