Discover how Metro United Way in Louisville, Kentucky utilizes Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ®) to strengthen communities by helping parents help their children. Hear personal accounts from parents involved in the program and learn how the Ages and Stages Project has had an impact. Free assistance, through the ASQ program, is available to all Kentucky children under age five who have developmental needs, regardless of income. By providing ASQ to trusted neighborhood-based peer leaders, Metro United Way has helped five times as many low-income families as had previously registered.


By establishing a level of trust in the community, Metro United Way has been able to help parents by connecting them to services and providing opportunities that will allow their children to be successful.

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    What ASQ Users are Saying

    “What I love about the ASQ is that it allows our staff to catch delays quickly and allows us to get our clients the early intervention programs that they sometimes need. In many cases [ASQ] helps us catch children up before they start kindergarten, therefore providing children with the start that they deserve.

    Sharon Gee, Supervisor, Healthy Families Niagara