In this public service video for parents, Lisa Shulman, M.D., uses video of babies and toddlers to show the communication milestones expected in typically developing children. She also discusses what parents should do if they suspect their child is developmentally delayed.
Supporting young children’s social-emotional health, while always important, has taken on new significance during the COVID-19 health crisis. This edWebinar will highlight how to strengthen every child’s social-emotional skills through screening, early identification, and competence-building exercises.
Learn new ways to continue to support families and administer developmental screening with ASQ-3 during the current health crisis.
Using an interactive video conferencing service to provide early childhood screening.
This video shows a demonstration of a virtual home visit through Parents as Teachers@telehealth. It was produced as part of a project to inform best practices in interactive video conferencing with families when screening young children.
This video (in English) instructs child care and other providers on how to use the *ASQOregon site (Oregon Screening Project) in their developmental screening program. The content covers the basics of the Ages & Stages Questionnaires (ASQ), how to introduce screening and discuss results with families, and how to support parents with follow up steps and access to resources.
*Note - "ASQOregon and asqoregon.com" became the Oregon Screening Project, osp.uoregon.edu. Some links to resources may have changed however all other information in the video is current.
This video (in English) shows how the ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE, can be administered in a busy pediatric office setting with two different parent/child clients. It highlights step-by-step office flow procedures. A pediatrician shows how to use conversation to discuss and interpret screening results with families. To learn more about implementation, see Early Childhood Screening in Primary Care
A collection of recorded webinars on important topics in early developmental screening as a basic go-to resource for parents or providers. Learn, refresh and support others in best use of these parent completed tools. Free recordings presented by the co-developers of ASQ and ASQ:SE.