Additional Physician Resources

Implementing the ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE in a Busy Medical Practice

This video illustrates how the broad-band developmental and social-emotional screening tools, the ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE, can be administered in a busy pediatric office setting. The video highlights step-by-step office flow procedures, including a pediatrician discussing and interpreting screening results with families, and suggesting appropriate follow-up, including a referral to an Early Intervention agency. Watch it here. 

ASQ Tips for Pediatric Offices

Get practical tips on weaving ASQ into the workflow of a pediatric office. Includes specific roles and responsibilities for the nurse, receptionist, clinician, and other support staff. Read it here.

Tips on Working with Families

Parents are the most valuable partner in your screening program. In this newsletter article, the ASQ co-developers share practical tips and free downloads to help you partner with families and get them on board with your screening program. Read it here

10 Practical Tips for Screening Success

How can your practice successfully implement a parent- completed screening tool? This article from the Brookes Early Childhood newsletter gives you 10 key tips, plus helpful free downloads to help you get started. See the tips here

ASQ Success Stories

ASQ is used in all 50 states and in countries around the world. Read many success stories here, and discover how other programs used ASQ to improve the lives of children and families. Read them here