How can you promote social-emotional development?

Knowing what types of behaviors to expect from children at different ages is a key first step. Download our free Social-Emotional Development Guide to share with staff and parents.

social-emotional development guide


Inside you’ll find:

The types of behaviors you can expect from children at different ages including
✔ 2 months
✔ 6 months
✔ 12 months
✔ 18 months
✔ 24 months
✔ 30 months
✔ 36 months
✔ 48 months
✔ 60 months

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    What ASQ Users are Saying

    “I like the ASQ:SE, which is an easy non-threatening tool to use to assess important social-emotional developmental milestones of the baby…. This tool lends itself well to developing educational activities to foster a healthy parenting relationship.”

    Cynthia Suire, MSN, RN, Nurse–Family Partnership Program Louisiana Office of Public Health