FREE Developmental Screening
Are you interested in learning more about your child's growth and development?
Are you a Washtenaw County Resident?
The Ages and Stages Developmental Screening (ASQ-3) can help you understand more about your child's development from 2 months to 5 years of age.
It's as easy as 1,2,3!
- By clicking below you confirm that you are a resident of Washtenaw County
- Complete the FREE Screening for your child (takes about 10 minutes)
- Receive information, useful feedback, support and resources
Note: By clicking this button you are confirming that you are a resident of Washtenaw County, Michigan. Screenings by residents of other counties and/or states will be discarded.
Why do a developmental screening?
Regular developmental screening in the early years can help to ensure that children are on track, and can help identify areas where additional support may be needed.
What is Ages and Stages?
A series of questionnaires for children ages 2 months to 66 months (5 ½ years) that will help to monitor a child's development by screening children in five areas: Communication, Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Problem Solving and Personal-Social.
Need more information? Read our FAQs about the ASQ!
The ASQ:SE is also available free to families in Washtenaw County. The ASQ:SE is a series of questionnaires that parents complete for children ages 3 months to 66 months that will help to identify social emotional difficulties by screening children in the following areas: Self-regulation, compliance, communication, adaptive behaviors, autonomy, affect, and interaction with people. Click here to complete a FREE ASQ:SE.