AGES & STAGES

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ASQ-3 & ASQ-SE
Ages and Stages Questionnaire

The Ages & Stages Questionnaire (ASQ-3) pinpoints developmental progress in children between the ages of one month to 5 1/2 years.  Its success lies in its parent-centric approach and ease of use.  Evidence shows that the earlier development is assessed - the greater the chance a child has to reach his or her potential.


Highlights of ASQ:3 and ASQ:SE questionnaires:

  • available in English or Spanish

  • takes just 10-15 minutes for parents to complete and 2-3 minutes for professionals to score

  • captures parents' in-depth knowledge of their own child

  • highlights a child's strengths, as well as, concerns

  • teaches parents about child development and their own child's skills

  • highlights results that fall in a "monitoring zone," to make it easier to keep track of children at-risk

  • can be completed at home, in a waiting room, during a home visit, or as part of an in-person or phone interview


Ages & Stages Questionnaire-3:  Click the ASQ-3 link (below) to check your child's physical development. This online questionnaire includes questions about your child's communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem-solving, and personal social skills. 

 

Ages & Stages Questionnaire-SE: Click the ASQ-SE link (below) to check your child's social and emotional development. This online questionnaire includes questions about your child's ability to calm down, to take directions and follow rules, communicate, perform daily activities (e.g., eating, sleeping), act independently, demonstrate feelings, and interact with others.

You should receive results and a follow-up phone call or email within 5-7 business days of submitting your ASQ screener online.  If you do not hear from your local family coach or a member of the HMG team, please reach out to hmgallegan@alleganaesa.org or call 269-512-7775. You must be a resident of Allegan County to participate.

Parent Resources:

For more information on developmental milestones, please visit these Michigan Kids Matter links.