ASQ Online Updates

The implementation specialists behind ASQ Online have been hard at work to bring users new updates and improvements. See a list of all the changes and what’s still to come—plus, view video walkthroughs and get step-by-step instructions on how to take advantage of the new features!… Read More

Connecting the dots with ASQ Online API

Your early childhood program probably has a way of tracking child and family data. If you’re an ASQ Online user, this could mean you are managing data in multiple separate systems. Learn how a Help Me Grow affiliate is saving time by using the ASQ Online API to automate the… Read More

ASQ Parent Communication Tools

Developing resources for communicating with parents is essential to the smooth and efficient operation of a screening and monitoring program. Use these sample letters, forms, and surveys (available in English and Spanish) to assist your program’s implementation of ASQ-3 and/or ASQ:SE-2. Read More

An Introduction to ASQ Online Presentation

View the introduction presentation to ASQ Online for a comprehensive overview of ASQ’s new online management system. ASQ Online will help users screen children, score questionnaires, share results with parents, schedule and perform follow-up, and report on the children in your program. Read More

Using ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2 together

It’s common knowledge that all children should be screened early and often in order to determine which kids are developing typically and which are at risk for delays. Get the full picture by adding a social-emotional tool, such as ASQ:SE-2, to your screening program. Read More

Checklist for Permission to Translate for Research Use

Written permission is needed from Brookes Publishing before translating and adapting any part of ASQ-3 or ASQ:SE-2. To apply for permission to translate the tool(s) for use in a research study, please download and complete the Checklist for Permission to Translate for Research Use and email it to, along… Read More