Development screenings are an important part of well-child visits for early identification of a developmental delay. Early identification and appropriate intervention allow for better functional outcomes for patients, preventing the worsening of a delay. Currently, only 38% of these screenings are completed at Colchester Family Medicine. With the aid of Help Me Grow, a national organization dedicated to connecting families to community resources to allow children to reach their full potential, Colchester Family Medicine should transition to ASQ online, an online version of its current screening tool. This would increase completion rates, improve accuracy of results and allow for a better experience for both the patient and their families, and the providers.
Colchester Family Medicine
Vermont, ASQ, Developmental Screening, Help Me Grow
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Barker, Katie, "Transitioning to ASQ Online at Colchester Family Medicine" (2023). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 897.