Engaging and Empowering Families: Lessons Learned from Metro United Way’s Ages & Stages Developmental Screening Hub

Metro United Way’s successful Ages & Stages Developmental Screening Hub provides free, ongoing screening with ASQ®-3 and ASQ®:SE-2 for children from 2 months to 5½ years of age. Join us for an informative ASQ Innovators webinar with Developmental Screening Manager Kimberly Broecker, who will share both successes and lessons learned from this 12-year-old initiative. Read More

Here We Grow! Delaware’s Developmental Screening Initiative

In July 2021, Delaware became the first state in the country to require screening in licensed child care. With the groundbreaking Developmental Screening Bill, Delaware required all licensed child care programs to complete developmental screening for children in their care, from ages 0-5.  Read More

3 Reasons Why ASQ Works Great for Home Visiting Programs

Early childhood home visiting professionals collaborate with families to create a healthy, nurturing environment where young children can learn and thrive. Because a big part of healthy development is regular screening, home visiting programs should be using a reliable tool like ASQ® with every young child they work with. See… Read More

ASQ Online to the Rescue

Running a successful screening program is a balancing act that demands time, resources, and lots of coordination. Plenty of organizations get it right, but it’s not always easy. See how ASQ Online can enhance your screening program with online data management, electronic questionnaire completion, and much more. Read More

Developmental Screening: Answers from an Early Childhood Expert

Joining us for a Q&A is Jane Squires, Ph.D., a professor of special education at the University of Oregon and co-developer of the internationally renowned Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ®). In this article, Dr. Squires will answer seven commonly asked questions about screening and development Read More

ASQ-3 Scoring Help in Spanish

Sometimes professionals have questions when scoring ASQ-3. Use these tips, translated into Spanish, to help you score ASQ-3 questionnaires accurately every time. Read More

Lista de 9 mejores prácticas cuando se utiliza un intérprete para hacer un ASQ

A language or major cultural difference between professionals and parents can impact everyday communication, but it can be especially challenging during the ASQ screening process when face-to-face conversations may be pivotal. View this infographic, translated into Spanish, and learn nine best practices to ensure the screening process goes smoothly, even when families speak a different language. Read More

Using the ASQ-3 Overall Questions

The ASQ-3 Overall questions can add real value to the screening process and can bring attention to potential areas of concern. This chart explains the intent behind each of the questions asked in the Overall section and provides examples of referrals that could be made as a next step. Read More