ASQ Orientation Conference Opportunities

Please see the below from the Office of Early Childhood Intervention!

To All Early Care and Education, Family Child Care, and Large Family Child Care Providers:

In accordance with Title 14 Section §3004A, every family and large family child care home and early care and education center is required to designate one contact person for the DDOE ASQ (Ages & Stages Questionnaires) Online Enterprise System. To access the system, the designee must complete the 2 required orientation trainings: Introduction to the ASQ-3 & ASQ:SE-2 (includes required workbook) and Supporting Family-Led Developmental Monitoring.

We are excited to announce the following in-person training opportunity to satisfy these training requirements for those who need to complete both the Introduction to the ASQ-3 & ASQ:SE-2 and Supporting Family-Led Developmental Monitoring trainings and who need to set up accounts.

This FREE training opportunity is available for licensed child care programs that serve children ages 0-5 (not yet in kindergarten), who need Delaware Department of Education (DDOE) ASQ Online Accounts AND have not completed both required trainings. Space is limited to 50 participants per date; only 1 person per program is permitted to attend.

Registration Links (Only complete 1 for the location you would like to attend):

Sussex County: https://forms.office.com/r/efgXHxMifS

New Castle County: https://forms.office.com/r/gKeET8Q5j2

Kent County: https://forms.office.com/r/3EwVW9Mfna

Can’t make it? No problem! Both required trainings can still be completed virtually through DIEEC.

Check out the Developmental Screening Resource Website for more information regarding Delaware’s Developmental Screening Project.  You can reach out to de.screens@doe.k12.de.us with questions.

Thank you!

 

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