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My daughter scored "perfect" on her ASQ-3 questionnaire at her 9 month appointment, but I'm not sure what that really means. Are there averages to compare?

ASQ-3 questionnaires are designed as a screening tool to check that a child’s development is on track. The questionnaire will “pick up” any concerns about development so the items measure average skills of a child in each age range. The questionnaires do not measure advanced development.

A “perfect score” of Yes for each item on the 9 month questionnaire is great news – it means that your child’s skills are developing on target for her age range. 

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  • 06-Nov-2019