Toolkit2Screen Early

  • encourages parents to set up developmental screenings for their children and describes various types of screenings.

  • includes a list of North Dakota contacts for screenings at various ages.

Track Your Child’s Developmental Milestones

  • encourages parents to talk with their child's doctor about developmental milestones.

  • includes a colorful map of key milestones from age 6 months through 4 years.

Early Childhood Developmental Screening and Assessment in North Dakota: Standards of Practice

  • outlines the goals of screening.

  • addresses components of developmental screening, when to screen, screening instruments, strategies for screening, and the process for increasing screening.

Screening Readiness Checklist

  • prepares organizations working with children 0-5 to implement age-appropriate, evidence-based developmental screening.

  • offers indicators of an organization's readiness for screening implementation, referral, and follow up.

Your Developmental Screening Toolkit: Tips and Tools for Informing Families and Improving Your Screening Program

  • includes 15 checklists, charts, and other materials.

  • offers downloadable information regarding screening, child development, and ASQ resources.

Tips for Talking with Parents

  • provides guidelines for talking with parents whose child may have a developmental delay.

Talking to Families of Infants and Toddlers about Developmental Delays 

  • gives tips about raising concerns with parents, observing and recording child development, making carefully recorded observations, and understanding typical development.

Sample Policy

  • briefly addresses purpose and intent, training and education, definitions, policy, and effective date.

Sample MOU

  • briefly addresses intent, objectives, definitions, responsibilities, maintenance, compliance, and other items.