Promoting Optimal Development: Identifying Infants and Young Children With Developmental Disorders Through Developmental Surveillance and Screening

This clinical report from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) models a universal system of developmental surveillance and screening for the early identification of conditions that affect children’s early and long-term development and achievement. The report finds that early identification of developmental disabilities can be achieved through the combined processes… Read More

Birth to 5: Compendium of screening measures for young children

This compendium from Birth to 5: Watch Me Thrive! includes the psychometric information about the reliability and validity of commonly-used developmental screening tools in easy-to-understand language. Use this guide to help you evaluate whether a developmental screening tool is appropriate for your population. Read More

Where in the World is the ASQ?

View this presentation for a summary of the development of ASQ and international use. Originally presented by Jane Squires and Diane Bricker at the 2014 First International Symposium of ASQ Research. Read More

ASQ around the world

Fifty researchers, practitioners, and affiliated ASQ publishers from 19 countries recently gathered in Stockholm, Sweden, for ASQ Around the World: The 2nd Invitational Symposium of International ASQ Researchers. … Read More

ASQ:SE-2 Technical Report

The ASQ:SE-2 technical report describes the research behind the revisions to the first edition of the questionnaires and the norming study. Read More