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ASQ:SE-2 Follow Up

After interpreting ASQ:SE-2 results, planning the next steps for children with social-emotional concerns can be complex. Use this handout to help you consider various actions that you may take depending on the child's specific results. Read More

Are you getting the full picture of child development?

It is common knowledge that young children should be screened early and often to monitor development, celebrate milestones, and identify possible delays. But you can get an even fuller picture—one that also focuses on both development and social-emotional well-being—by adding Ages & Stages Questionnaires®: Social-Emotional, Second Edition (ASQ®: SE-2) to your screening program. Learn more about integrating social-emotional screening into your program in this newsletter! Read More

Connecting Data Across Systems

Many organizations providing services to young children have centralized database and tracking systems. When planning a screening program, it’s essential to consider how screening data will fit with these existing systems. Use this resource to learn about how you can incorporate ASQ data into your existing data systems. Read More

Screening Success Decisions Guide

A successful screening and monitoring program is supported by thorough and comprehensive planning. Use this decisions guide to make sure you consider key questions as you plan your program. Read More

ASQ:SE-2 Items by Behavioral Area

While the ASQ:SE-2 questionnaires are not organized or scored by behavioral area, understanding the areas can be helpful to users as they interpret and discuss results with families. Use this chart to see the seven behavioral areas and the specific ASQ:SE-2 items that fall into each area. Read More

ASQ Referral Tips

You’ve finished scoring ASQ-3 or ASQ:SE-2 and the child’s results are in the monitoring zone, below the cutoff for ASQ-3, or above the cutoff for ASQ:SE-2. What do you do now? View this handout for a list of potential follow-up actions. Read More

Training Portal

Introduce ASQ to your staff anytime and anywhere with the free resources in the ASQ Training Portal. These presentations, activities, and handouts can be used again and again to teach new staff members the fundamentals of ASQ and empower them to work effectively with children and families. Read More

Parent Section

This section on our site is written in family-friendly language to help them understand the purpose of ASQ screening and learn what to expect from the process. It’s a great resource to share with families when you’re introducing a questionnaire for the first time. Read More