The NC-SNAP is a needs assessment tool that measures an individual's level of intensity of need for developmental disabilities (DD) supports and services. Adopted by the state of North Carolina in 1999, the NC-SNAP is the requisite tool for determining an individual’s intensity of need for DD services.Persons in North Carolina who have a DD diagnosis and receive state funded supports or are on the waiting list to receive state funded DD supports must have an NCSNAP administered annually.
Note: The NC-SNAP is for use in North Carolina only. Agencies outside of North Carolina should refer to the Murdoch Center Foundation website for information on the Developmental Disabilities Support Needs Assessment Profile (DD-SNAP).
NC-SNAP Training Registration Procedures
Regularly scheduled NC-SNAP training is held online (free of charge) via DMH/DD/SUS.
To sign up:
Contact the training provider at your LME-MCO or your Developmental Center training coordinator.
NOTE: Instructors cannot register people for training. Please see instructions above.