The Surprising Way a 16-Year-Old Is Teaching Kids About Special Needs and Bullying
Zach Certner, one of our generationOn 2012 Hasbro Community Action Heroes is highlighted in Take Part this week.
Zach Certner believes the best people to spread an anti-bullying message for special needs children are their peers.
That's why at 16, Zach and his older brother, Matthew, founded Special Needs Athletics Program (SNAP) in their hometown of Morristown, NJ. SNAP is aimed at giving special needs children confidence and self-respect through sports.