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We use ASQ-3 as our initial screener and the OUNCE for ongoing assessment. Is there an alignment between the two tools?
No, at this point in time, there is not an alignment between ASQ-3 and OUNCE.
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A child may score on target in the Communication area of ASQ-3, but may still need a referral for evaluation due to difficulties communicating. Is this what the overall questions at the end of the questionnaire are designed to catch?
After completing and scoring ASQ-3 questionnaires, is there a way to form goals for the child?
Are ASQ-3 questionnaires easy to use?
Are children comfortable completing ASQ-3 activities?
Are there available benchmarks to use to determine if programs are finding the same percentage of questionnaires in the referral area as the national or state-wide average?
Can ASQ-3 be used as a curriculum-based assessment?
Can ASQ-3 be used as an autism screener?
Can ASQ-3 detect signs or behaviors associated with Sensory Processing Disorder?
Can the ASQ-3 be used as a criterion-referenced tool to supplement information gained from standardized testing, which is a requirement for special education eligibility where I work?
Can you provide a sample question from ASQ-3?
Can you provide a statement or report that says ASQ-3 is evidence-based for vision and hearing screening?
Does ASQ-3 screen a child's social and emotional skills?
Does the ASQ-3 screen for hearing status? If yes, what specific questions address hearing? If no, do you recommend a hearing screening tool or a physical screening by an audiologist?
How can ASQ-3 questionnaires be used as a parent education tool?
How does ASQ-3 involve parents?
How does the PEDS compare to the ASQ-3 in regards to expressive Language?
How do the ASQ screening tools meet the need for school readiness?
How long does it take to administer ASQ-3?
I’d like to share the data I’ve collected with ASQ-3 with the authors to help further their research and the development of future editions. How do I do that?
In what setting can ASQ-3 questionnaires be completed?
Is ASQ-3 approved by an IRB?
Is ASQ-3 considered IRB-approved?
Is ASQ-3 endorsed by the Center for Applied Linguistics or National Center for Family Literacy? Are there any organizations that specifically endorse or recommend ASQ?
Is ASQ-3 going to be released as a child assessment tool? When will it be ready?
Is ASQ-3 parent-friendly?
Is there an ASQ-3 User's Guide in Spanish?
Is there data that shows that use of ASQ-3 improves children's development?
I would prefer ASQ-3 Learning Activities that can be used with both boys and girls. For example, one of the activities in Gross Motor 0-2 months says, "...while your baby is on his tummy, lie beside him..." What if I am giving this activity to the parents of a girl? Do you have an option that uses "him or her"?
My program has run into inconsistencies in medical records about how premature a child is. For example, the birth record says the child was born at 35 weeks, but the pediatrician's notes say the child was born at 38 weeks gestation. How should we adjust the child's age for prematurity in instances like this?
What age range does ASQ-3 cover?
What developmental areas does ASQ-3 address?
What do I need to order to use ASQ-3?
What is ASQ-3?
What is included in ASQ-3 User’s Guide?
What is the ASQ-3 Materials Kit?
What is the ASQ-3 Quick Start Guide?
What is the cost for 1,000 sets of ASQ-3 12 month questionnaires and 1,000 sets of ASQ-3 24 month questionnaires?
What is the difference between a screening tool and an assessment tool?
What is the explanation of a Sometimes response on ASQ-3?
What is the reference citation for ASQ-3?
Who completes ASQ-3 questionnaires?
Why are there are both 9 and 10 month questionnaires for ASQ-3?
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