In This Section...
- About US
- Our Process
- Our Impact
- Collaborative Action
- Evidence-Based Decision-Making
- COVID-19 Resource and Response Map
- Community Information System
- Community Data
- Outcome Data
- Partners and Investors
The foundation of the Community Online ASQ System Project Team, Action Team 1.1 has encountered barriers with regard to technology and communication that prevent clinics from administering regular ASQ screenings and impede reliable communication between team members. These barriers sparked the need for a new project team that would focus on building a community-wide provider network, ensuring all kids have access to developmental screenings.
The goals of the COAS Project Team are to determine a method by which reliable communication may be maintained between all partners and to forge a solution that will continue to adapt to the changing needs and technologies of Action Team 1.1 members, in addition to future Brown County community partners.
Providing universal ASQ screenings via an electronic network of early childhood service providers will increase the quality of care for children and families through wraparound services, decrease the risk of human error, and boost parent engagement to give all kids 0-5 the foundation to succeed in school.
Ann McCotter, Director of Collaborative Action
Achieve Brown County
Shallen Gurtler, Project Team Lead
Achieve Brown County – AmeriCorps Vista
- Christina Courtney, Birth to 3
- Vicki Mulvey, Birth to 3
- Lisa Kay Sperbeck, Birth to 3
- Andrea Kressin, Public Health
- Amy Schuh, West De Pere
- Rose Navarro-Red Hail, Oneida Nation Intervention
- Missy Schmeling, Encompass
- Jamie Tramte Brassfield, Family & Childcare Resources N.E.W.
- Mary McCabe, Green Bay Area Public Schools
- Colleen Peebles, HSHS/Prevea
- Laura Busch, HSHS/Prevea
- Kathy Kerscher, HSHS/Prevea
- Jill Spejcher, Bellin
- Ashley Daffinson, Bellin