How can you increase the reach of your ASQ screening program?

Three successful programs share what worked for them

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To increase your impact, focus on how you’re promoting your program

Establishing a screening program for Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ®) requires dedicated thought and coordination. And a critical key to success lies in reaching your communities and communicating the benefits of screening.

So, what are the best ways to get the word out about your screening initiative? We talked to a few program leaders who have expanded their reach using a range of promotional tactics. What methods have been most effective? What challenges have they faced? What has been their greatest success?

What works for you will depend on your program’s unique size, scope, location, and budget, but hopefully these Q&As and accompanying tips will inspire some new ideas that will help you meet your screening goals.


Cindy Muhar                     Kimberly Broecker, Metro United Way                           Katie Prince, AL Partnership for Children/HMG AL

Cindy Muhar,                             Kimberly Broecker,                        Katie Naman Prince,
Milwaukee Child                        Metro United                                  AL Partnership for
Welfare Partnership                  Way (KY and IN)                             Children/HMG AL


Tips for Promoting Your Program

Looking for more tips for your ASQ program? Download the 10 Tips for Promoting Your ASQ Screening Program tip sheet.


Originally published: October 2017


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  • Teacher and Student

    What ASQ Users are Saying

    We chose ASQ because it is easy to do, low cost, culturally sensitive, and it meets our purpose of basic screening for our children’s development. Our infant teachers base their curriculum on each individual child based on the ASQ.”

    Kathy Bostic, Program Supervisor, Pinehurst Child Care Center