5.7 Viewing Tasks
Within ASQ Online, you can schedule
screening and non-screening tasks (such as follow-up actions), for the children
assigned to you. These tasks help you to manage and better serve your children.
The Screening Management page is
where you can add and keep track of all tasks, but you can also add and view a
child’s tasks within their profile. (For more information on tasks, see Section 7 Screening Management.)
To view a child’s tasks within their profile:
5.7.1 Adding Tasks via the Child Profile
add a task from a child’s profile:
NOTE: If you select a screening task,
you will need to also select the questionnaire type and interval (ASQ Online
will recommend an interval). You can also enter a “Returned date” if you are
creating this screening task after the screening has been completed, for
tracking and reporting purposes.
5.7.2 Manually Completing Tasks &
Marking Tasks “Returned”
There may be instances when you create a task within ASQ Online after
the corresponding action has already been completed. For instance, you might
create a screening task for a child, for a screening that has already been
entered into the system. One reason you might do this is if you are using tasks
for tracking and reporting purposes but forgot to create the task until after
it was complete.
If this is the case, you can manually complete the task within the
child’s profile. If it is a screening task, you can also manually mark the
screening as “Returned.” (“Returned” refers to screenings that were mailed to
the caregiver and have been sent back to your program, to be entered into ASQ
Online.) For more information, see Section 7.3.4 Screening Tasks Completed and
Section 7.4.3 Tasks Completed.
manually complete a task:
manually mark a screening task as “Returned”:
7. If the task is a screening task, there will be a check box under the “Returned” column.