Ages & Stages Questionnaires®, Third Edition
Use to evaluate
Development in five domains: Communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem solving, and personal-social
Parents/caregivers complete questionnaires; early childhood and health care professionals score them
10–15 minutes to complete, 1-3 minutes to score
How can you give kids the best start in life?
Use the #1 developmental screener to catch delays early!
The parent-completed Ages & Stages Questionnaires®, Third Edition (ASQ®-3) is the easiest, most accurate, and most cost-effective way to pinpoint delays early and celebrate children’s milestones. ASQ-3 screens children between one month and 5½ years, without any gaps between the questionnaire age intervals. ASQ-3 is recommended by top organizations such as the American Academy of Neurology, First Signs, and The Child Neurology Society* and is used across the world by early childhood education programs, health care practices, social workers, and more.
* does not imply endorsement by these organizations
Programs across the country rely on ASQ-3 because it’s
- highly valid, reliable, and accurate
- easy to score in just minutes
- researched and tested with an unparalleled sample of diverse children
- a great way to partner with parents and make the most of their expert knowledge
- fun and engaging for kids
What You'll Need
21 photocopiable print masters of the questionnaires and scoring sheets
CD-ROM with printable PDF questionnaires
Quick Start Guide
Additional products and resources
See a sample completed ASQ-3 English 16-month questionnaire. ASQ-3 questionnaires screen children 1–66 months for developmental delays.
Get on-site training from ASQ experts at a variety of levels—introductory, comprehensive, and training of trainers. Combination ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2 trainings are also available.
Attend an ASQ®-3 & ASQ®:SE-2 Training of Trainers Institute—a 3-day, in-depth, step-by-step seminar that gives you everything you need to know to instruct your colleagues in using the screening tools you trust.
Watch recorded webinars in our ASQ webinar series.
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