After the Screening: Effective Social-Emotional Assessment
Screening is the critical first step to ensuring the social-emotional competence of young children.
When a child’s screening scores indicate behavioral issues or delays, what’s the next step? What if the child doesn’t qualify for services or receive a mental health diagnosis? One option is to use a tool like the Social-Emotional Assessment/Evaluation Measure (SEAM™).
View this recording and come away with a clear understanding of the importance of follow-up assessment, the specific benefits of SEAM, and the why and how of collaborating with caregivers on goals and interventions.
The Boy Crisis as an Infant Mental Health Issue