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Creating Curiosity, Care and Coordination – Using the ASQ-3 to Communicate about Children’s Development

April 22, 2013

Open to the first 60 registrants only. This will fill quickly!

Learn to administer, score, and interpret the Ages and Stages Questionnaire – Third Edition (ASQ-3), a widely-used parent questionnaire designed to screen for developmental delays among children 1 month – 5 ½ years of age.

Who should attend:
Mental health providers, social workers, administrators from public and private agencies, law enforcement, and policymakers

Download registration form to sign up.

Participants will learn to use the ASQ-3 to engage parents to think about their children’s development and to make appropriate referrals. Video, role-play, and group discussion will be used to help participants reflect on their own reactions to developmental concerns, plan meetings to debrief with parents about the results, and partner with parents in thinking about ways to support their children’s development.

Participants will learn:

  • The uses of a screening tool as a central part of an integrated system of care.
  • To administer and score the Third Edition of the Ages and Stages Questionnaire.
  • To use the results of the screening to discuss children’s progress and enhance parent-provider relationships.

Featured Presenter:

Dr. Richard Cohen
Director of Project ABC, Children’s Institute, Inc.

Over the last decade, Dr. Cohen has worked to create early identification and intervention systems for young children with special and mental health needs, particularly those in child welfare. Dr. Cohen holds a doctorate in Educational Psychology and is a fellow in the UMass Infant-Parent Mental Health Certificate Program.

Consuelo Iglesias
CII Project ABC Parent Partner

Throughout her various roles at CII, Ms. Iglesias has extensive experience engaging and supporting families as well as finding resources and advocating for them. As a parent, she has learned to maneuver through a variety of systems. As part of her work, Ms. Iglesias has experience both implementing the ASQ and helping others to learn to use it.

Standard registration: $25 | CEs: $15

For More Information:
Please contact Megan Hayward at mhayward@childrensinstitute.org or 213.260.7633.

Project ABC is a collaboration among CII, For the Child, TIES for Families, LACDMH & Pacific Asian Counseling Services

When:

Times: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Registration and breakfast at 8 am.

Where:

Toyota Automobile Museum

19600 Van Ness Avenue | Torrance,CA,90501

Also:

Continuing Education Requirements: CE’s are offered for PSY, MFT, LCSW, and BRN. Course meets the qualifications for 3.0 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Children’s Institute, Inc. provider # PCE 498. Children’s Institute, Inc. is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Children’s Institute, Inc (provider # CEP 8409) is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing for 3.0 contact hours. Children’s Institute, Inc. maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

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