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The Keeping In Touch newsletter series

During 2014, The Keeping in Touch newsletter from the Army Educational & Developmental Intervention Services program ran an online article series featuring a monthly Q&A with ASQ developers. You can earn non-discipline specific continuing education hours by reading each newsletter in the series and completing a multiple-choice exam. Send questions to Read More

ASQ:SE-2 and SEAM: A perfect pair

Discover how the Social-Emotional Assessment/Evaluation Measure (SEAM™) can be used as a companion to ASQ:SE-2 to create a foundation for effective prevention and intervention. Read More

ASQ and the power of parent engagement

Learn how using ASQ provides child care programs with ample opportunities for parent engagement. Studies have shown that the more parents and families are involved in their children’s development and education from day one, the better equipped those parents will be to support early developmental goals, and ultimately, the better prepared their children will be for school. Read More

Tips for screening children from diverse cultures

In the course of your screening program, you’re sure to work with children from families who don’t speak English at home or who come from different cultures. Keep these insights in mind to ensure your screening program is both effective and culturally responsive to the families you serve. Read More

Success after screening

Discover the best practices for follow-up with families to help you navigate the steps that take place after a child is screened. Learn tips for determining the type of follow-up needed, sharing results with parents, and initiating the referral process. Read More

Five reasons to use ASQ Family Access

Many ASQ Online customers are already using Family Access to enhance screening and identification efforts in their individual practices or the larger community. Discover how online completion with Family Access has helped other programs…and 5 ways it can benefit yours. Read More