Review: Rachel J. Valleley and Brandy M. Roane, The 18th Mental Measurement Yearbook
"The ASQ-3 system is an empirically sound screening and monitoring system for the early detection of developmental delays in infants and children."
Review by: Daniel Stowe, Inclusion Specialist, Redlands Christian Migrant Association
"An excellent first screening tool for our population . . . It is a functional tool for our classroom staff, as it is easy to individualize for children by age and domain."
Review by: Jo Ann Waggoner, Community Health Nurse Supervisor, Healthy Start, Maryland
"The most important aspects of ASQ-3 [are] the new cutoff scores and encouraging monitoring of children to promote early intervention."
Review by: Linda Schumacher, The Institute for Education and Professional Development, Worcester, Massachusetts
"Defining the near cutoff area on the summary page is a great addition to ASQ-3! No more 'second-guessing' about a child's results!"
Review by: Michele Bishop, Family Futures, Grand Rapids, Michigan
"Allows both parents and professionals to keep better overall track of children's development."
Review: Impact NW Healthy Start~Healthy Families program, Oregon
"[With ASQ-3], staff and parents can better discern if a referral should be made or monitoring is more appropriate . . . an excellent tool in determining if a baby's development is typical or needs intervention."
Review by: Timothy Kelley, Help Me Grow Project Director, Union County Health Department, Ohio
"We have partnered with daycares and doctor's offices in encouraging families to complete the questionnaire, and we have found ASQ-3 to be a great tool for child find, parent education, and helping childcare centers and physician's office know the children they serve better."
Review by: Nicole Hayes, Family TIES, Illinois
"We use the ASQ-3 questionnaires in our home visit program to help our families recognize where their child is developmentally. It's nice to have something that is developmentally appropriate across the board, recognized by medical staff, and easy to discuss with parents."