The ASQ-TRAK Developmental Screening Tool

Information obtained from developmental screening improves our understanding of children’s development and informs program planning - enabling targeted learning activities to be developed for individual children. The process of doing the ASQ-TRAK is fun and very engaging, involving parents in their child’s ongoing development.

Ms Regina Thompson,  Director, Families as First Teachers program, NTG Department of Education

ASQ-TRAK Kit

The ASQ-TRAK is an adapted version of seven of the 21 ASQ-3 questionnaires. A number of modifications were made in its development. The ASQ-TRAK:

  • is shorter, having excluded the general questions.
  • is written in plain English.
  • includes an explanation of the overall questionnaire and of each domain.
  • has illustrations for every item.
  • has colour-illustrated flip charts to support caregiver engagement and administration by interview.
  • has items that have been modified to be more culturally appropriate and draw on materials that are available in remote communities.
  • is designed to be administered by interview rather than caregivers self-completing a questionnaire. This encourages the caregiver and child to demonstrate each item.

What’s inside?

  • A guide to using the ASQ-TRAK, including an explanation of the overall questionnaires and each of the five domains – communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem solving and personal–social.
  • Seven questionnaires, each with colour-illustrated flip charts that pictorially represent every item for the practitioner and caregiver – for 2, 6, 12, 18, 24, 36 and 48 months.
  • Parent information sheets for each age group. These information sheets provide suggestions for simple activities caregivers can try with their child.
  • An electronic copy of all the materials.
  • trolley bag.

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