An Innovative Training Plan for Ensuring Effective Community-Wide ASQ Screening

Presenter: Shannon Ellison, M.Ed.

Meaningful, effective, and consistent training can be a challenging part of large screening initiatives, especially those involving multiple community partners. In this webinar, you’ll hear solutions from Shannon Ellison, Manager of Health and Development for the Collaboration for Early Childhood, a collective impact agency in Oak Park, Illinois.

Shannon designed an innovative training and coaching plan that’s helped more than 20 community partners effectively incorporate developmental screening into their work. Using the ASQ® family of screening tools, Shannon’s project consolidates the efforts of early childhood center-based programs, home-based early childhood programs, pediatric practices, home visiting programs, and public libraries to promote the annual screening of all children ages birth to five throughout the community.

Join Shannon to learn about the secrets of her success, details about her eight-part training plan that covers ASQ®-3 and ASQ®:SE-2, effective communication with families, understanding referrals and eligibility, and using ASQ Online. You’ll discover tips for delivering effective trainings and identify which key factors to consider as you plan your own trainings.

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