Parent-completed survey tool to help primary care providers to assess whether their patients are receiving recommended preventive and developmental services.
Tool for parents to choose topics for discussion at well-child visits, including developmental issues.
Presents description, analysis, and technical specifications for 9 standardized developmental screening tools.
Dennis Drotar. (2007). PowerPoint presentation for ABCD Screening Academy Learning Session, July 2007. This presentation describes relevant scientific and pragmatic considerations in choosing developmental screening instruments. It aims to facilitate the discussion of implications for state level developmental screening.
Julie Olson and Chuck Norlin. (2007). This presentation focuses on Utah’s process for selecting screening tools.
(Maryland ABCD Project, 2007) Criteria agreed upon by the Maryland Screening Tool Selection Committee for the purpose of choosing a list of approved tools for general developmental screening for use in the Maryland Healthy Kids Program (EPSDT). This resource also lists tools selected for review based on those criteria.
(Dennis Drotar, Ph.D., Terry Stancin, Ph.D., and Paul Dworkin, M.D., 2008) This manual helps providers choose and apply the structured screening method that is most appropriate for their practice setting. The manual is based on an extensive review of scientific research on available developmental screening instruments. Part I of the manual is designed to help practitioners define their screening needs. Part II includes a series of guides that compare screening instruments with respect to clinical utility, and sensitivity and specificity in different populations and at various ages.
(Minnesota Department of Human Services: 2011) This is a website designed by the Minnesota ABCD III Project Team. It includes links to tools and resources developed by the project team and those available to other organizations to improve developmental and social-emotional screening, referral and care coordination.
Fact sheet presents background information about developmental screening, recommended tools, referral and follow-up, and billing under the Child & Teen Checkup (EPSDT) program.
Presents information about the most commonly used screening instruments by Minnesota clinicians: the ASQ-3, PEDS, ASQ-SE, and PSC