Completing an ASQ Screening Through Family Access Walkthrough Video

ASQ Online's Family Access makes it easy for families to complete an ASQ screening on their phone, tablet, or computer! This video provides a step-by-step walkthrough of a questionnaire completion through Family Access. Share this video with parents to familiarize them with Family Access and to guide them through the process.  Read More

New Features on the ASQ Website

Learn all about the exciting new features of the ASQ website! From the Screening Navigator to the Parent Section, the ASQ website is more ready than ever to support your screening program! Read More

Developmental Surveillance: What, Why and How

In this video from the American Academy of Pediatrics, Pediatrician Dr. Shelly Flais discusses developmental surveillance recommendations, tips, and resources available to pediatricians, clinicians, and families. Together, surveillance and screening are essential components to promote the optimal development of children. Read More

Communicating the Value of Developmental Screening Learning Module

This learning module, developed by the Association of Maternal & Child Health Program, builds on current needs for the early detection of developmental-behavioral problems in children from birth to five years. Speaker perspectives are provided from a pediatrician, a Title V director and two parent advocates. Read More

Autism and ASQ

Can the ASQ be used as a screener for autism? This is a question the developers of ASQ receive quite often. ASQ co-developer, Jane Squires, weighs in on the question. Read More

Why Developmental Screening Matters

Why is developmental screening important? Co-developer of the Ages & Stages Questionnaires®, Jane Squires, briefly explains the purpose of developmental screening and its end goal. Read More

Social-Emotional Development: Screening with ASQ:SE-2

Social-emotional development is important for young children because it’s a key to success in school, in social environments, and in environments both at home and away from home. It’s also really the best predictor we have of academic success. If we want children to develop at their utmost capacity, we… Read More

Screening with ASQ: Easy for providers, engaging for parents

Hear from early childhood professionals how the ASQ tools help them engage families, support development, and improve outcomes for young children. The parent-completed Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ) are the most used developmental and social-emotional screening tools for children birth to age 6. Read More