We screen children with ASQ:SE-2 and then rescreen them again in 4 months. How much of a difference in scores we would have to see to call it an official improvement? For example, we had a child's score go from 160 to 135. Is that a significant difference?

The developers have not conducted research comparing scores across time to determine what constitutes a significant difference. However, there are programs that used the ASQ:SE for progress monitoring and they have suggested a 25 point decrease in total score as an improvement.

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