Paula Zeanah, et al. (Baltimore, MD: National Center for Infant and Early Childhood Health Policy, January 2005). Policy analysis with recommendations on integrating infant mental health and social-emotional screening and intervention into early childhood programs. Funded under ECCS.
Form for referring to Early Intervention based on ASQ screen in child care
Background on child development, developmental screening and assessment for child care health consultants.
Guidance for incorporating developmental screening into child care and early education programs.
Recommendations and guidance for incorporating developmental screening into Early Head Start programs.
Provides background on developmental screening and resource guides for families, medical providers, early care and education providers, early intervention and early childhood special education providers, communities, child welfare workers, home visitors, behavioral health providers, and housing and homeless shelter providers.
(American Academy of Pediatrics: Healthy Child Care America, 2009) This is a summary report of a meeting hosted by the American Academy of Pediatrics, Healthy Child Care America, and Child Care and Health Partnership. The goal was: “To strategize new ways to reach out to children and families in the community and child care settings to promote high-quality developmental screening in the context of the medical home.”