- How do you calculate the number of weeks premature for a child when using ASQ? Do you subtract from 38 or 40 weeks gestation?
- When adjusting age for prematurity, do you round up or down to obtain gestational age in weeks? For example, if a child is born at 33 weeks, 5 days, is the child born at 33 weeks gestation or 34 weeks gestation?
- Is a child considered premature if born before 37 weeks of gestation?
- The ASQ calculator app provides adjusted age calculations for children born up to 13 weeks premature. Because it does not provide options over 13 weeks premature, does this mean these tools are not valid and reliable for infants born at 14 weeks premature or earlier?
- If a child was born at a gestational age of 34 weeks and 5 days, how many weeks premature is the child?
- Is age adjusted for prematurity when using the ASQ:SE-2, or only for the ASQ-3?
- When adjusting age for prematurity, if the child's last ASQ-3 result shows that he has developed skills expected of his chronological age, can you switch to using chronological age to choose the next interval?
- Does the ASQ-3 require utilizing adjusted age with both pre-term infants (e.g., 20 weeks, 0 days to 36 weeks, 6 days), as well as early term infants (e.g., 37 weeks, 0 days to 38 weeks, 6 days)?
- Where do I indicate that the child is premature on the ASQ-3 Summary report?

- Does the ASQ-3 require utilizing adjusted age with both pre-term infants (e.g., 20 weeks, 0 days to 36 weeks, 6 days), as well as early term infants (e.g., 37 weeks, 0 days to 38 weeks, 6 days)?
- How do you calculate the number of weeks premature for a child when using ASQ? Do you subtract from 38 or 40 weeks gestation?
- If a child was born at a gestational age of 34 weeks and 5 days, how many weeks premature is the child?
- Is a child considered premature if born before 37 weeks of gestation?
- Is age adjusted for prematurity when using the ASQ:SE-2, or only for the ASQ-3?
- The ASQ calculator app provides adjusted age calculations for children born up to 13 weeks premature. Because it does not provide options over 13 weeks premature, does this mean these tools are not valid and reliable for infants born at 14 weeks premature or earlier?
- When adjusting age for prematurity, do you round up or down to obtain gestational age in weeks? For example, if a child is born at 33 weeks, 5 days, is the child born at 33 weeks gestation or 34 weeks gestation?
- When adjusting age for prematurity, if the child's last ASQ-3 result shows that he has developed skills expected of his chronological age, can you switch to using chronological age to choose the next interval?
- Where do I indicate that the child is premature on the ASQ-3 Summary report?