SNaP is solving a global problem

For the first time you a screen for a plethora of conditions within minutes.


SNaP has already reached hundreds of thousands of lives

SNaP is an all-in-one testing solution that can help a billion people

20% of all people are neurodiverse or have a mental health condition

But only half have a diagnosis

1.2 billion people are in need of scree ning and diagnosis

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predictive accuracy

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faster than the standard


SNaP is quick, simple, and already at your fingertips

1. Sign up on our secure platform

After you sign up, you’ll have to enter a confirmation number that is emailed to you. Keep in mind that we are HIPAA-compliant and your data is protected at all times.

Sign up time < 1 minute

2. Respond to a few questions

SNaP will ask you to listen and respond to a series of audio samples. These samples consist of various sound configurations. SNaP will also ask you some standardized questions about yourself.

Completion time < 5 minutes

3. Get instant feedback


After answering questions, SNaP goes to work and within a minute will provide screening results for 15 different neurodiverse and mental health conditions. SNaP also provides a report about your traits and preferences.

Results generation time < 1 minute


Privacy, safety, and transparency are integral to our core values. As part of our mission to keep data private and secure, we’ve taken robust measures to ensure your data is protected. We have received a HIPAA seal of compliance verification.

SNaP is not diagnostic

Please understand that SNaP is a screening tool and not a diagnostic test. Therefore, SNaP is not diagnostic and does not provide a diagnosis. No single score indicates that an individual actually has any of the conditions screened for. Diagnoses are typically made on the basis of clinical judgment often combined with diagnostic and clinical assessments. If you are concerned that you, or a friend or relative, may have a condition listed below, please discuss these concerns with your general practitioner (GP) or family doctor for advice. Results are based on the extent to which responses overlap with the responses of people who have each condition screened for. Though our algorithms are very robust, it is possible that some scores are outliers.