The second and most substantial phase of the SEEDS program is made up of weekly practice sessions to learn about and practice the specific skills identified as needing attention. A typical session is organized by a learning objective; discussion of a problem; a creative activity for practice – such as storytelling, role playing or art; immediate feedback, and a final review. Students respond well to the structure and variety of fun and creative activities.
Caregivers are consulted at set intervals to ensure that progress is being made as expected. Recommendations and feedback are welcomed, and adaptations are made as requested.