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Developmental Monitoring and Screening

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1.  What is one reason why we should identify children being at risk for delays as soon as possible?
  1. It doesn't matter when you identify delays
  2. You should wait to identify kids, they will grow out of it
  3. Brain development is at its peak between birth and age 4
  4. Don't stress families out, do not mention it
2.  What is developmental monitoring?
  1. An ongoing process of tracking and keeping record of a student's development in collaboration with team members and parents
  2. A test that is only done by licensed professionals
  3. Given one time in a child's life
  4. A survey parents fill out, without a professional
3.  Developmental monitoring is a way to track which of the following about a child?
  1. Language and cognitive skills only
  2. Physical, mental, social, and emotional well-being
  3. Sensory skills
  4. Height and weight
4.  What is another name for developmental monitoring?
  1. Evaluation
  2. Screening
  3. Test
  4. Developmental surveillance
5.  Why is developmental monitoring so important?
  1. It can be the earliest indication a child may have a developmental delay
  2. It helps ensure all children who need support get access to developmental screenings & supports as soon as possible
  3. It helps to identify when a child needs further evaluation
  4. All of the above
6.  Which of the following is NOT a screening tool?
  1. ASQ - Ages and Stages Questionnaire
  2. SDQ Strengths and Difficulty Questionnaire
  3. M-CHAT Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers
  4. Look at Me, Wait and See
7.  Who can conduct developmental monitoring?
  1. Parents
  2. Early care providers and teachers
  3. Healthcare providers
  4. All of the above
8.  Where can you get materials for developmental monitoring and screening?
  1. CDC - Learn the Signs Act Early Campaign
  2. Center director
  3. NAEYC
  4. The library
9.  When a child (3 years old or older) screens at risk and needs further evaluations, who can parents contact their local education agency through?
  1. Child Find
  2. Services are not available in every state
  3. Special education
  4. The state
10.  What services are available through child find, if a child qualifies?
  1. Part C services, birth-2 years old
  2. No services are available
  3. Part B services, 3-21 years old
  4. Part B services and Part C services (birth-21 years old)

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