The SEAS Outcome Measure

The Self-reported Experiences of Activity Settings (SEAS) is a self-report measure that asks youth with and without disabilities about their experiences of recreational or leisure activities they take part in. “Activity settings” are places in which people do things (King, Rigby, & Batorowicz, 2013).


The SEAS is a valid and reliable outcome measure that provides information about how youth think and feel about the activities they do. It gives them a voice. There are two versions of the measure, one of which can be used for youth who use alternative and augmentative ways of communication (AAC).

Why do we need the SEAS measure?

How was the SEAS measure developed?

How do I administer the SEAS measure?