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ASQ-3™ Questionnaires are the most cost-effective, reliable way to screen young children for developmental delays in the first 5½ years of life. Available in English or Spanish, the 21 age-appropriate questionnaires (2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36, 42, 48, 54, and 60 months) effectively screen five key developmental areas: communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem solving, and personal-social.
Fast and easy to use, ASQ-3 Questionnaires take just 10--15 minutes for parents to complete and 2--3 minutes for professionals to score.
First, parents try each activity on the questionnaire with their child, checking the box that best describes what the child can do. Clear questions, illustrations, and tips help parents complete the questionnaires quickly and accurately. Professionals then record the scores, easily converting parent responses to numbers (Yes = 10, Sometimes = 5, Not Yet = 0). They copy the child's scores to a simple grid that gives an at-a-glance picture of current developmental skills:One or more scores in the grid's dark shaded zone indicate the child may need further assessment. NEW! Scores in the light shaded "monitoring" zone --new to ASQ-3--help identify children at risk. Professionals can give parents activities to help their child make progress in these areas before the next screening. Scores outside the shaded zones mean the child is doing well in these areas.
ASQ-3 Questionnaires are provided as photocopiable master copies on paper and printable PDF master copies on CD-ROM (both in the same box, so programs will always have the format they want right at their fingertips). Download a sample 16 month Spanish questionnaire and a sample 48 month Spanish questionnaire.
What's NewNew questionnaires for 2 and 9 months. Expanded administration windows--screen any child, anytime from 1--66 months. New monitoring zone for following children at risk. Paper questionnaires and CD-ROM now sold in one package. Streamlined design for easier use.
The Questionnaires are part of ASQ-3™, the bestselling screener trusted for more than 15 years to pinpoint delays as early as possible during the crucial first 5 years of life. 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.
O manual e os questionários (para crianças dos 2 aos 60 meses) encontram-se arquivadas num dossier
Requisitos do sistema : 16 MB RAM, 24 MB de espaço livre no disco rígido, Windows 95 ou superior, Mac OS 8.6 ou superior
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® 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.
Dr. Clifford is Assistant Professor at the University of Oregon Early Intervention Program, where she teaches graduate courses in early intervention and early childhood special education. In addition to teaching at the university level, Dr. Clifford provides training internationally on the Ages & Stages Questionnaires®: A Parent-Completed Child Monitoring System, Third Edition (Squires & Bricker; Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., 2009), and the Ages & Stages Questionnaires®: Social-Emotional (Squires, Bricker & Twombly; Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., 2002). Her professional interests include personnel preparation and the development and evaluation of early childhood assessment measures. Prior to the pursuit of her doctoral degree, Dr. Clifford served as an early childhood educator for 8 years.
Mr. Hoselton received a B.S. degree in computer science from the University of Oregon in 2004. He has been involved with several research studies on the Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ): A Parent-Completed Child Monitoring System, Third Edition (with J. Squires; Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., 2009) and the Social-Emotional Assessment/Evaluation Measure (SEAM(tm)). His most important contributions include data collection and analysis for technical reports. Mr. Hoselton designed and developed web applications used for national ASQ and SEAM data collection.
Linda Mounts, M.A., is an infant development specialist and has worked for many years in clinical and research settings with infants and toddlers. While at the Center on Human Development, University of Oregon, she assisted with development and research on the Ages & Stages Questionnaires. She is employed by the Regional Center of the East Bay in northern California, evaluating young children from birth to 3 years of age.
Robert E. Nickel, M.D., directs the Regional Services Center of the Child Development and Rehabilitation Center (CDRC), which is a major unit of Oregon Health Sciences University. The CDRC administers Title V services for children with special health care needs in Oregon, offers a variety of clinical services, and houses a research and training institute -- the Oregon Institute on Disability and Development, which is a University Affiliated Program (UAP). The Eugene office of the CDRC is associated with the Center on Human Development, the UAP at the University of Oregon. Dr. Nickel completed fellowship training in developmental pediatrics at the University of Washington with Drs. Forrest C. Bennett and Jerry Sells. During this fellowship, he also worked regularly with Dr. David Shurtleff and the Birth Defects Clinic staff at Children's Hospital and Medical Center in Seattle. Since completing his fellowship in 1980, Dr. Nickel has worked as a developmental pediatrician for the CDRC. In addition, he has directed the Eugene office since 1990. He represents the CDRC on the State