Alberta Home Visitation
Network Association

Expired ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2 Training (Virtual) – FULL

  •  October 15, 2020 - October 22, 2020
     9:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Dates: Thursday October 15, 2020 and Thursday October 22, 2020

Time: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

You must register by October 1, 2020, as there is a mail out package that attendees will need prior to training.

Please register with a mailing address; it is ideal if multiple people from an agency are attending that we send it to one address, if possible.

Location: Zoom


AHVNA Member: $25.00 (to cover materials)

Non Member: $50.00 (to cover materials)

Alberta Home Visitation Network Association Presents:

Ages & Stages Questionnaires® Third Edition (ASQ®-3) is a developmental screening tool designed for use by home visitors, family support workers, early childhood educators and medical professionals with parents. It relies on parents as experts, is easy-to-use, family-friendly and creates the snapshot needed to catch delays and celebrate milestones.

ASQ®:SE-2 is tailored to identify and exclusively screen social and emotional behaviors. With questionnaire results, professionals can quickly recognize young children at risk for social or emotional difficulties, identify behaviors of concern to caregivers, and identify any need for further assessment or support.

Note: Each staff member who will be using the ASQ-3 and ASQ: SE-2 with families requires training in use of the tool by a certified trainer. Agencies will need to purchase (or have purchased) the screening tool packages, which include formats for both copying and printing, directly from Brookes publishing.(

Topics covered include:

  • Why ASQ and ASQ: SE?
  • How to introduce, discuss and complete the screenings, including considerations for Home Visitation
  • How to score each tool
  • What the scores indicate
  • Conversations with families regarding results
  • Using the information gathered in ASQ and ASQ-SE to enhance and guide work with families

There are no prerequisite courses for this training.