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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

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

Why parent report?

This tipsheet highlights the advantages of using a parent-report screening tool, which is supported by the AAP. Read More

What is ASQ-3?

Provide reassurance and allay fears by communicating thoughtfully about the screening process from the get-go. Share this handout with parents to explain the basics of ASQ-3. Read More

Follow-up with families

Learn about the developmental screening process used by the Office of Early Learning in Florida. The presentation highlights discussing results with families and determining the type of follow-up needed. Presented by Danielle Jennings and Kimberly Allen at the 2013 Partnering for Success Meeting in Orlando, Florida. Read More

Personal-social activities

Help improve the personal-social development of babies with these sample activities. ASQ-3 Learning Activities are perfect for sharing with parents of children who are developing typically or need non-intensive support in one or more developmental areas. Read More