Social Emotional Early Childhood (SEEC) 

 Inclusion State Pilot Project

 

The State of Missouri has the highest level of school suspensions in the nation There are many areas throughout Missouri who are underserved, have minimal resources, and have an overall lack of support for teachers and childcare programs.  Many of these counties include children and families who are at-risk, who have experienced child abuse and neglect and have limited resources to support these families and childcare programs.  The Inclusion SEEC Project is a multi-tiered research-based approach that teaches social-emotional skills in which all children benefit from provided preventative strategies for children who are at-risk for social-emotional delays and help determine interventions for children exhibiting challenging behaviors. 

9 month program that includes:  monthly coaching, SMART goal setting, and strategy planning 

32 hours approved clock hour training 

7 hour provider training on child development, developmental monitoring, developmental screening, and relationship building.  Providers will learn how to implement the use of the Missouri Milestones Matter Developmental Monitoring Tool along with the Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ-SE 2). 

7 hour provider training on establishing positive and supportive environments. 

7 hour provider training on social-emotional teaching strategies. 

7 hour provider training on individualized interventions. 

2 – 2 hour follow up session (Foster Care) 

Missouri Milestones Matter Developmental Monitoring 

Ages and Stages Questionnaire – Social Emotional 2 (ASQ-SE-2) 

Activity Kit for each 7 hour session 

Resources

The CSEFEL website will provide you with scripted social stories, book lists/nook, teaching social emotional skills and help develop behavior support plans. Click below for more information! 

The CA inclusion website will give you resources in relationship and environments, teaching Social-Emotional strategies, emotional literacy, managing strong emotions, problem solving, conflict resolution, and book nook. Click below for more information! 

Free resources, videos and articles on trauma informed, evidence-based and research backed SEL best practice.

The Backpack Connection Series was created by TACSEI to provide a way for teachers and parents/caregivers to work together to help young children develop social emotional skills and reduce challenging behavior. Teachers may choose to send a handout home in each child’s backpack when a new strategy or skill is introduced to the class. Each Backpack Connection handout provides information that helps parents stay informed about what their child is learning at school and specific ideas on how to use the strategy or skill at home. This series was developed in collaboration with Pyramid Plus: The Colorado Center for Social Emotional Competence and Inclusion and Bal Swan Children’s Center in Broomfield, Colorado.

Click below to view ideas you can add for Preschoolers in your classroom!

Click below to view ideas you can add for infants/toddlers in your classroom!

Click below to view ideas you can add for your leaders!.

OUTCOMES & IMPACT

Children with developmental, behavioral or physical challenges and their families are offered security, compassion and understanding. Inclusion Services assist families in locating quality inclusive programs and work with the program staff to assure the best care possible. 

2,233

EDUCATORS

Received training on best practices

472

EDUCATORS

Received on-site consultation

85%

OF CHILDREN

Maintained quality placement

602

OF CHILDREN

Received Assistance

United4Children is the only Missouri State funded program addressing the federal recommendation of reducing suspension rates.

Phone: (314) 531-1412
Toll-Free: (800) 467-2322
Fax: (314) 531-4184

1310 Papin Street
Suite 100B
Saint Louis, MO 63103