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Ages & Stages Questionnaire® (ASQ ®)

Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ®) are valid and reliable tools that use parent report to evaluate developmental and social-emotional skills of their children between birth and age 6. The ASQ ® screening tool has been specifically developed to be used as a child grows older to identify delays and developmental progress to provide an avenue for additional supports and intervention for children. ASQ-3® focuses on these areas of development: communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem solving, and personal-social.

ASQ:SE-2® focuses on these social-emotional development domains: self-regulation, compliance, communication, adaptive behavior, autonomy, affect, and interaction with people.

Statewide ASQ Online System

ASQ Online is a web-based system that offers the ASQ questionnaire completion by hand or online and online data management. With funding from the Preschool Development Grant – Renewal (PDG-R), we can provide statewide access to ASQ Online systems to improve

coordination and reach more families! For more information on ASQ Online or how your program can join visit the ASQ Online Account Adminstrator Map.

ASQ Kit Application

A limited supply of ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2 kits are available to providers. To apply, please complete this form.

Monthly Virtual Training

Are you interested in screening? These ASQ® trainings are designed for professionals who have contact with children younger than 72 months of age with a goal of helping to identify developmental delays early, allowing children and families to receive services as soon as a delay is recognized. Early services will help children and families find strategies to minimize delays and maximize potential. These virtual trainings incorporate family studies, role playing, and practice scoring screeners and interpreting scores. Participants will also learn how to discuss screening results and referral options to community resources with families. All trainings are free, and available on a first-come, first-served basis.



Provider Resources

Communicating With Families About Referrals
Screening Tools

Evidence based and recommended screening tools

Parents Evaluation of Developmental Status

Ages and Stages Questionnaire– ASQ Social Emotional 2 and ASQ 3

Developmental Screening Passport & Milestone and Activity Postcards
Implementation Tips: Developmental Screening Passports and Milestone Postcards

Developmental Screening Passport

Increases awareness among parents, providers, and communities about development screeners and helps facilitate conversations between parents and providers about the importance of screening children. The passport can also be used as a tracking tool for the parents to utilize for their child’s developmental screening record and help to give parents understanding of their child’s developmental health.

Spanish Developmental Screening Passport


Milestone and Activity Postcards

Increases awareness and engagement among parents, providers, and communities about milestone development and helps facilitate conversations between parents and providers about the importance of age milestones for children. The milestone postcards can also be used as a tool for providers to connect with families on a more consistent basis.

Spanish Milestone and Activity Postcards

HMG Project Coordinator Learn more about HMG Kansas and how to get involved.

Parent Helpline Resources for families in your community, available 24 hours a day.