Screening Time: Tuning In to the Needs of Families

Developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Screening Time website offers video-based training modules, conversation simulations, a screening tool selector, and a resource center to help pediatric professionals learn more about the screening process for maternal depression, developmental concerns, and social determinants of health. Read More

Social-Emotional Screening Toolkit

Use these tip sheets, parent handouts, and activities to effectively implement ASQ:SE-2, involve families in the screening process, and boost a child’s social-emotional development between screenings. 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

Screening in Practices Initiative

Developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the Screening in Practices Initiative was established to help improve the health, wellness, and development of children through practice and system-based interventions for early childhood screening, referral, and follow-up. Read More

Tips & Tools for ASQ Users

Use this Tips & Tools packet to help with your everyday implementation of ASQ. All content is free and includes resources to bookmark, webinars to watch, and samples to download. Read More

Putting your trust in parents

If you’ve ever felt frustrated by how to include parents in the screening process with ASQ, you’re not alone. Discover the case for having parents complete questionnaires—and learn what to do when they can’t. Read More

Should teachers take the lead in completing ASQ questionnaires?

ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2 were developed as parent-completed tools. With the rise in ASQ screening in child care centers and schools, more teachers are tackling questionnaires on their own. Are there downsides to this approach? And how can teachers better involve parents in the process?… Read More