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Social and emotional development in early childhood: more important than ever.

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Preventing social-emotional challenges in the critical early years is a matter of national concern

If social-emotional problems are identified and addressed early, children are less likely to be placed in special education programs—and later in life, they’re also less likely to experience school failure, unemployment, and incarceration.

Timely, accurate, and cost-effective social-emotional screening can help

Screening can pinpoint problem areas in social and emotional development in early childhood. The earlier a social-emotional problem is recognized and addressed, the better the child’s chance of success.

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Our free Social-Emotional Screening Toolkit will show you how you can implement a successful social-emotional screening program using a valid, reliable screening system like ASQ®:SE-2.

Inside you’ll find information on:

  • How social-emotional screening works and how you can get started
  • The 7 key behavioral areas screened by ASQ:SE-2
  • Scoring and interpreting screening results
  • Tips to engage families and promote healthy social-emotional development
  • Fun and easy activities parents can do with kids to boost development
  • …and much more!

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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