The Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ-3) measures your child’s development in the areas of Communication, Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Problem Solving and Personal-Social skills.
The ASQ:Social-Emotional (ASQ:SE-2) focuses on your child’s Social-Emotional development – including sleep habits, toilet habits, mealtimes and behaviors.
The ASQ-3 and ASQ SE-2 take about 30-40 minutes to complete.
What happens after the screening?
An early childhood professional will send you the results of your child’s ASQ-3 within 5 business days and help you make a plan of action for your child’s continued development.
What will I need to complete a screening?
You will need some household items and basic toys to complete the screening activities.
2 through 12 Month Questionnaires: clear plastic baby bottle, 2 small blocks or toys, mirror, Cheerios or other small food, cup or bowl, shoelace or yarn, small ball, crayons, paper, book with pictures, large ball, cracker or cookie, stuffed toy or doll, spoon and fork
14 through 24 Month Questionnaires: clear plastic baby bottle, 6 small blocks, small ball, crayons, paper, Cheerios or other small food, 4 beads or noodles and string or yarn, book with pictures, large spoon or scoop
27 through 36 Month Questionnaires: 7 small blocks, crayons, paper, 4 beads or noodles and string or yarn, child safe scissors, zipper, book with pictures, small ball, large ball
42 through 60 Month Questionnaires: small ball, 4 small blocks, crayons and paper, puzzle with 5-7 interlocking pieces, child safe scissors, zipper, book with pictures, something with a button
What if I need a different language?
We have paper copies of the ASQ-3 that can be mailed or picked up in the following languages:
Chinese (Simplified and Traditional)
Interested in receiving a paper copy? Complete this form:
What if I have more questions?
Contact us using the form below! We would love to hear from you!
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How can I help?
Glenbard ECC offers free ASQs for all families because we know early screening is so important. Would you consider donating to help us continue offering screenings for free to all?
Are you a parent/grandparent of a child 5 and under? During this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are here for you. Please feel free to call or email us any time using the contact information above! We may not be in the office but we are here for YOU!
The Glenbard Early Childhood Collaborative* is a group of community-based partners who work with families and young children to develop and support an environment where all are safe, happy, healthy, and eager to learn.
*- The Glenbard Community includes Glendale Heights, Glen Ellyn, Lombard, and parts of Addison, Bloomingdale, Carol Stream and Wheaton
Working together as a community to create a society that empowers young children and their families.
Join other parents and professionals to learn about issues facing today’s parents and youth
The Glenbard Parent Series engages top experts, parents and school staff to become proactive and informed in pursuit of the mutual goal to strengthen our communities. Programs are free and open to the public. Be sure to look for the special GPS-Early Childhood Click on the button below to see the lineup of speakers. See: https://www.glenbardgps.org/
Meet the Community Systems Statewide Supports Program (CS3)
The Glenbard ECC, along with community partners, is currently working with Partner Plan Act’s CS3 team to further grow the impact of our collaborative. We are gathering input from parents, caregivers and providers throughout our community regarding Developmental Screenings. This input from YOU will help guide our practice and direction in supporting families of young children.