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If a child is receiving early intervention, do his parents still need to complete an ASQ-3?

ASQ-3 was designed to identify children with delays. If a child has been previously identified with a delay or disability, it not recommended that professionals continue administering questionnaires to the child. Parents of these children may be discouraged when completing questionnaires because their child can do only a few of the skills targeted. If you are interested in figuring out where a child is within a domain that may not be affected by the delay (for instance, gross motor skills on a child with language delays), selected domains on ASQ-3 could be completed. The ASQ:SE-2 can be completed by all parents, however, as a measure of behavior and social-emotional skills. 

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