This weekend, the NFRC’s Strategies for Enhancing Early Developmental Success (SEEDS) team attended the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Resource Fair & Family Day. SEEDS staff had fun helping families create clay sculptures using nature items including flowers, leaves, and sticks! The team also provided psychoeducation and coaching to help parents use playtime to build their child’s executive function skills. Executive function abilities help children succeed in school, follow directions, and navigate everyday life and include skills like planning, organizing, and sequencing! To learn more about SEEDS, visit https://nfrc.ucla.edu/SEEDS!
The SEEDS team poses with the FASD Resource Fair and Family Banner!
SEEDS staff having fun making a clay sculpture!
Jolie Delja poses with the take-home kits given out to families!
Clare Gorospe and Jolie Delja at the SEEDS resource table!