Everything you need to start screening children with ASQ-3, the Starter Kit includes 21 photocopiable print masters of the questionnaires and scoring sheets, a CD-ROM with printable PDF questionnaires, the ASQ-3 User's Guide, and a FREE ASQ-3 Quick Start Guide.
The Starter Kit is part of ASQ-3 (TM), the bestselling screener trusted for more than 15 years to pinpoint delays as early as possible during the crucial first 5 years of life. ASQ-3 questionnaires are reliable and valid, parent-completed, cost effective, recommended by top organizations, and easy to administer and score. The 21 age-appropriate questionnaires effectively screen five key developmental areas: communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem solving, and personal-social.
Learn more about the complete ASQ-3 system, and discover ASQ:SE, the screener that reliably identifies young children at risk for social or emotional difficulties.
Proven accurate by new research: ASQ-3 is highly reliable and valid with excellent sensitivity (.86) and specificity (.85). It allows for fast and easy scoring, as 2-3 minutes is all it takes to score the questionnaires. The `anytime' scoring permits accurate child-screening from 1-66 months of age. The ASQ-3 also educates families, and parents will love how ASQ-3 helps them learn about their child's development and skills. A one-time purchase, a single site can photocopy or print questionnaires as needed.
Dr. Squires has served as principal investigator on research studies at the University of Oregon on the ASQ system. She is a professor in special education, focusing on early intervention and early childhood special education. She directs the Early Intervention Program and is associate director of the University of Oregon Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. Dr. Squires has directed national outreach training activities related to developmental screening and the involvement of parents in the assessment and monitoring of their child's development. She currently directs research grants related to early childhood mental health and systems change related to early identification and treatment of newborn infants exposed prenatally to drugs and alcohol. In addition to her interests in screening and early identification, Dr. Squires directs the doctoral and master's level early intervention/special education personnel preparation programs and teachers courses in early intervention/special education at the University of Oregon. Dr. Bricker is the former director of the Early Intervention Program at the University of Oregon and a key developer of the ASQ and AEPS (R) systems. She has focused her professional career on the development and study of assessment systems and intervention approaches for young children with disabilities and those at risk for developing disabilities. Dr. Bricker has been instrumental in the development of graduate-level personnel preparation programs that have produced professionals who are delivering quality services to thousands of young children and their families. She has published extensively in the field of early intervention.