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Our local providers use ASQ with the help of interpreters. How do we really know that the interpretation is accurate or the norms appropriate?

Successful use of ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2 with interpreters requires interpreters that are familiar with both the language and culture of a given population. This article describes best practices for[ using interpreters][1]. In terms of norms, because ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2 were normed on large groups of children in the Unite…

How do you score a section accurately when a parent is unable to answer a question because they have never attempted the activity and are not able to try it at the time?

The authors recommend that the professional attempt to allow the parent to try the activity at a later time. However, if that is not possible, the item can be skipped. Up to 2 items can be omitted per area for ASQ-3. Instructions for scoring questionnaires with omitted items can be found on page 72 of the User's Guide…

Why does omitting 2 questions on the ASQ-3 require an adjusted score, but skipping 2 questions on the ASQ:SE-2 does not affect the scoring?

The ASQ-3 scores are domain scores; there are only 6 questions for each ASQ-3 area so skipping even 1 questions means missing 1/6th (16.67%) of the data; omitting 2 items for an area means missing 2/6th or 33.33% of the data. There is only one ASQ:SE-2 score which is calculated from all of the items on a questionnaire…

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