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CSBS DP Infant-Toddler Checklist

This checklist is designed to identify different aspects of development in infants and toddlers. Many behaviors that develop before children talk may indicate whether or not a child will have difficulty learning to talk. This checklist should be completed by a caregiver when the child is between 6 and 24 months of age to determine whether a referral for an evaluation is needed. Read More

ELLCO Pre-K Toolkit Technical Appendix

This technical appendix reports data that were collected from 1997 to 2002 as part of the development of the ELLCO Toolkit, Research Edition, as well as additional data that were collected from 2002 to 2007 using the Research Edition. Read More

AEPS Scoring Conversion Table: Three to Six Years (Cognitive Area)

AEPS Scoring Conversion Tables have been designed to provide a bridge between editions for AEPS users. Programs that assessed and/or evaluated children with the first edition and that subsequently have or would like to assess and/or evaluate the same children with the second edition can use these tables to make a simple and valid comparison of the children’s performances across editions. Read More

9 best practices for using an interpreter for ASQ completion

A language or major cultural difference between professionals and parents can impact everyday communication, but it can be especially challenging during the ASQ screening process when face-to-face conversations may be pivotal. Follow these 9 best practices to ensure the screening process goes smoothly, even when families speak a different language. Read More

How you can bridge the word gap

Talking with your children is important! Trends in amount of talk, vocabulary growth, and style of interaction are established at a young age. Try these fun activities from the ASQ-3 Learning Activities with the children in your program or share them with parents. Read More