Developmental Screenings

Welcome to Parent Trust’s child developmental screening program, using the ASQ-3®

About the ASQ-3®

The ASQ-3® is a set of simple questionnaires about child development. The questionnaires look at how your child is doing in areas such as language, movement and social skills. The ASQ-3® can help identify your child’s strengths as well as any areas of challenge. Early detection and intervention of possible developmental delays have a positive impact on health outcomes.

What happens during the screening?
You and your child will be actively involved in completing the questionnaire, which includes 30 questions in 5 developmental areas. You will be completing activities together to “answer” the questions. The activities are fun and simple. You will have time to ask questions, and the results of the screening will be provided to you before you leave your appointment.

If areas of concern arise, the screener will either provide you with information for a referral or set up a follow-up visit with you. This will be discussed at your appointment.

Criteria for participation:

  • Washington State residents only
  • For children 1 month- 5 1/2 years old
  • Child must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian
  • Parent must complete demographic form at start of appointment

Logistics

Where?
All screenings take place at:
Parent Trust’s Center for Strong Families *
2200 Rainier Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144

How long does it take?
Approximately 1 hour. However, if there are questions or concerns, the appointment could go over an hour so please plan accordingly.

How much does it cost?
All screenings are free. If you are able to make a donation to support our agency, we appreciate it.

Sounds great, how to I sign up?

ASQ® screenings are by appointment only.

Contact our Child & Teen Services Manager 206-233-0156 ext. 225 or Email >>
You will be contacted with scheduling information; we look forward to meeting you!

*From What Is ASQ-3®