Screening Tool Completion Methods

There are a variety of methods programs can choose when adminstering developmental and social-emotional screening tools as part of the Child Find process. Use this chart to learn about common methods. Read More

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

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

Sample Spanish ASQ:SE-2 Parent Newsletter

Explain key social-emotional milestones to Spanish-speaking parents, share practical tips, and offer warm words of wisdom with this sample parent newsletter. ASQ:SE-2 Learning Activities are perfect for sharing with parents of children who are developing typically or need non-intensive support with their social-emotional skills. 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

Sharing ASQ:SE-2 Screening Results with Families

It’s important to always share ASQ:SE-2 results—parents will be interested in learning about their child’s social-emotional development. Use this practical tip sheet to help you discuss ASQ:SE-2 results with families. Read More