ASQ Age Administration Charts

If a parent is given the incorrect questionnaire for his or her child’s age, the score won’t reflect the child’s true developmental or social-emotional abilities. Use these charts (available in English and Spanish) to select the correct ASQ-3 and/or ASQ:SE-2 questionnaire for a child’s age. Read More

When an ASQ:SE-2 score raises concern

You’ve finished scoring the ASQ:SE-2 and find the child’s score to be in the monitoring zone or above the cutoff. Read this article to learn next steps, including follow-up activities that will help connect children and their families to important mental health intervention resources and other services. Read More

The 7 Behavioral Areas of ASQ:SE-2 Infographic

ASQ:SE-2 effectively screens 7 key social-emotional areas: self-regulation, compliance, adaptive functioning, autonomy, affect, social-communication, and interaction with people. This infographic defines each of the behavioral areas and provides an example from the questionnaires. Read More

The Pediatrician’s Role in Optimizing School Readiness

Read the policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) to learn how pediatricians can significantly influence school readiness, specifically addressing children’s physical well-being, social-emotional well-being, and cognitive and language development. 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

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

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