This is an opportunity to learn how to use the third edition of the Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ-3) and the second edition of the Social Emotional Questionnaire (ASQ-SE).
The ASQ-3 is a tool that helps families and professionals determine if a child, birth to 60 months, is on track with development, if the child needs continued monitoring, or if the child may benefit from additional early intervention services. The ASQ is currently used by a variety of professionals in education, early intervention, and health care fields.
The ASQ-SE is a tool that professionals can use with families to determine if a child, birth to 60 months, is on track with social-emotional development. It will help to identify if a child may need behavioral supports, counseling, or other social emotional resources.
Basic knowledge of ASQ is preferred. Minimal to no knowledge of ASQ-SE needed.
About the Presenters:
Kristi Negrette graduated from the University of Great Falls, MT and has a State of Montana Elementary Educator License. She obtained her Child Development Accreditation, is certified in Routines Based Interviewing, Youth Mental Health First Aide, and is a certified Family Support Specialist. She achieved her national level certification as a trainer for the ASQ-3 and ASQ-SE-2. Kristi has been employed as a Family Support Specialist for approximately two and a half years.
Rachael Candelaria graduated from MSU Billings in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in Human Services. She has been a Family Support Specialist for three years. She is state-certified in the Routines Based Interview, Youth Mental Health First Aid, and is a National Certified Trainer with the ASQ-3 and ASQ-SE-2. She has a passion for building confidence, competence, and capacity in families and changing the trajectory for a lifetime through Early Intervention.