Ages & Stages-3 (ASQ-3) Resources

ASQ:3 Slide Deck
Type: Presentation (PDF)
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Sample Andrew ASQ3
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What is ASQ:3?
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Developmental Monitoring vs Screening - English and Spanish
Type: PDF
Developmental milestones (how a child plays, learns, speaks, acts, or moves) are things most children can do by a certain age. All young children need both developmental monitoring and developmental screening to help you and your child’s doctor, teachers, and other providers know if your child’s development is on track.
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ASQ:3 Overall Items Indicators
Type: PDF
ASQ3 Overall questions by age intervals and possible problem indicators.
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Best Practices for Virtual Screenings
Type: PDF
Virtual screenings have increased exponentially due to the COVID-19 pandemic, presenting a range of new opportunities and challenges for programs. Below are five best practices to help guide programs through virtual screenings and ensure strong support for children and families.
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ASQ Referral Tips
Type: PDF
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, or the Overall section reveals that the parents have concerns about their child’s developmental or social-emotional skills or shared information related to risk factors. What do you do now?
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MO DESE Developmental Screening Process
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This document was created in collaboration with the University of Missouri –Columbia and The Missouri Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics
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ASQ 3 Developmental Screening Process Flow Chart
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Recommended Followup based on ASQ Results
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ASQ Review Factors
Type: PDF
Complete following steps to check for accuracy of ASQ results prior to making followup decisions with parents.
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Sharing ASQ® Screening Results with Families
Type: PDF
It’s important to always share ASQ® results—parents will be interested in learning about their child’s development. Use these practical tips to prepare carefully for these discussions, especially when you will be sharing results that indicate a child needs further assessment.
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ASQ:3 Parent Activities
Type: PDF
Try these fun and easy activities with your 2-month-old—a great way to have fun together and encourage your child’s healthy development.
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MO First Steps Eligibility Criteria
Type: PDF
As outlined in the Missouri State Plan for Part C – First Steps (34 CFR 303.21), children who are eligible for early intervention services are children between the ages of birth and 36 months who have been determined to have a diagnosed physical or mental condition associated with developmental disabilities, or a high probability of resulting in a developmental delay or disability, or children who have a developmental delay.
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ASQ 3 Age Administration Chart
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Thrive in Five Early Childhood
Type: Video Series (PDF)
In each 5 minute video, Dr. Dave Schramm leads parents through a specific parenting topic to increase understanding and offer strategies that can be put into practice right away.
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