Category: Identifying Children

  • Developmental Screening for Young Children Guidance Document

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    Oregon Health Plan, 2015. This guidance document is designed to provide Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs), Oregon clinics, and administrative staff with guidance on developmental screening in young children up to 36 months, including coding and billing information and details explaining CCO Incentive Measure specifications.

  • Developmental and Behavioral Screening Guidelines and Preferred Tool List

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    Help Me Grow Vermont. This guidance document details Vermont’s requirements for developmental screening tools and the universal developmental screening registry used in the state. 

  • Understanding Developmental–Behavioral Screening Measures

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    Kevin Marks and Angela LaRosa, Pediatrics in Review, 2012. This paper is designed to educate clinicians on the use of standardized screening tools to more promptly identify children with suspected developmental delays. 

  • Components of Developmental Screening

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    Texas Health Steps, 2011. This training for providers offers information and sample case studies highlighting how to identify and use a validated standardized developmental screening tool. 

  • Developmental and Social-Emotional Screening of Young Children in Minnesota

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    Information on social-emotional and developmental screening for children 0-5 in Minnesota

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  • Screening Your Child for Autism and Other Disorders

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    Information for parents on ASDs and the importance of early identification and intervention

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  • Recognizing Developmental Delays in Young Children

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    Fact sheet on developmental delay and the importance of screening

  • Illinois Healthy Beginnings Provider Knowledge Survey

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    Illinois ABCD Healthy Beginnings. (2005). This resource is a brief 10 question survey for providers about social/emotional and maternal depression issues for children and families.

  • Autism spectrum disorder screening and management practices among general pediatric providers

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    Susan Dosreis, et al. Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Apr 2006; 27(2) Supplement 2: S88-S94. This study examines (1) the factors influencing the use of general developmental and autism-specific screening tools in primary care pediatric practice, (2) the barriers to providing these assessments, and (3) pediatricians’ beliefs regarding ASD (autism spectrum disorder) prevalence. (From abstract).

  • Screening for Post-Partum or Maternal Depression Learning Collaborative Initial Assessment

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    Utah ABCD Project (2006) This self-administered survey for providers who participated in the Maternal Depression Learning Collaborative was designed to evaluate medical providers’ readiness to implement and integrate parental depression screening into their practice flow. The form also provides an opportunity to access follow-up technical assistance from ABCD staff.