Social Emotional Screening: A tool for Addressing Challenging Behavior
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With the typical ups and downs of young children’s emotions and behavior, delays or problems can be easily missed. And today, as more children are increasingly exposed to risk factors such as poverty or toxic stress, the likelihood of depression, anxiety, and anti-social behavior increases. There is tremendous opportunity during the first few years of a child’s life to identify and address potential social-emotional concerns. This is at the heart of ASQ®:SE-2. Join us in learning how social emotional screening can be a useful tool in addressing challenging behavior in your classroom.