About: Chantai Snellgrove

Chantai Snellgrove
Upon graduating college, I started my career as a Production Director for the World's largest magazine publisher, Hachette Filipacchi Media (Elle, Car and Driver, Road and Track, etc…). After 10 years (and two children) I left that position and started my own advertising firm that specialized in “marketing makeovers” that helped to brand companies. After the birth of my second daughter and a roller-coaster ride of getting diagnosis’s for her special needs, I had an idea to put together a magazine that helped parents of children with special needs to address their issues and concerns about raising a child with special needs. I decided to tap into my skills and launch Parenting Special Needs Magazine and chose to make it a FREE, on-line, bi-monthly publication accessible anytime and anywhere.
http://www.parentingspecialneeds.org/

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Parents of teenagers with special needs: Prep for  college NOW…..3 tips 0

Parents of teenagers with special needs: Prep for college NOW…..3 tips

Embed Video Inclusive College Options after High School start planning NOW! Unfortunately, in most instances, college advisors are not well-versed in all the programs available for young adults with special...

Moonshot Radio Interview with Chantai Snellgrove, Parenting Special Needs, Publisher 0

Moonshot Radio Interview with Chantai Snellgrove, Parenting Special Needs, Publisher

  Dr. Nivea L. Torres is the Executive Director of the Kindergarten Readiness Collaborative and the host of Moonshot Radio. This weekly radio show provides a platform for local partners...

Pittsburgh Int’l Airport unveils the largest, most comprehensive airport sensory space in the world 0

Pittsburgh Int’l Airport unveils the largest, most comprehensive airport sensory space in the world

Inspired by an employee with a 4-year-old child on the spectrum, Pittsburgh Int’l Airport today unveiled the largest, most comprehensive airport sensory space in the world to help travelers with...

Parenting Success – 8:1 ratio of positive to negative interactions 0

Parenting Success – 8:1 ratio of positive to negative interactions

Catch your Child being Good! Watch this video of Steven Sussman, Ph.D – Child and Adolescent Psychologist Co-Founder of the Child and Teen Success Centers in NY and NJ as...

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