In this 60-minute webinar, you’ll learn how your program can use the SEAM to reliably assess social-emotional development in infants, toddlers, and preschoolers at risk for delays or challenges and monitor social-emotional development over time.
Jane Squires and Misti Waddell, two of the SEAM developers, will introduce this revised tool and show samples of the two-part assessment (SEAM and SEAM Family Profile). They will also
• highlight the 10 benchmarks on the SEAM
• outline administration procedures
• describe the research behind the tool
• discuss how SEAM results can be used to focus intervention efforts
• share how the SEAM Family Profile can be used to assist practitioners in identifying areas where additional guidance may be needed to help parents support their child’s social-emotional development