6.7 Viewing Tasks
Within ASQ Online, you can schedule screening and non-screening tasks (such as follow-up actions), for the children in your program. These tasks help you to manage and better serve the children in your program. 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 10 Screening Management.)
To view a child’s tasks
within their profile:
Adding Tasks via the Child Profile
To 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.
6.7.1 Adding Tasks via Screening Management
a. Task type* (Select the screening or non-screening task from the drop-down menu.)
b. Child name* (Select the child name from the drop-down menu.)
c. Program user* (The Program Administrator or Provider responsible for this child.
d. Due date* (Format: YYYY/MM/YY)
e. Questionnare Type (This field appears if you are adding a screening task.)
f. Recommended Interval (This field appears if you are adding a screening task. It will be autofilled by the system.
g. Interval (This field appears if you are adding a screening task. It will be autofilled by the system.)
h. Completed date (Format: YYYY/MM/DD) (If you are creating this task after the task has been completed, for tracking and reporting purposes. Screening tasks will be automatically completed if you print the Questionnaire from the Screening Management section.)
i. Returned date (Format: YYYY/MM/DD) (This field appears for Screening tasks. Once a screening is finalized/accepted through Family Access into ASQ Online, the system will automatically mark the task Returned that is associated with the finalized screening.)
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 9.3.4 Screening
Tasks Completed and Section 9.4.3
To manually complete a task from the child profile:
To manually mark a screening task as “Returned” from the child profile:
7. If the task is a screening task, there will be a check box under the “Returned” column.
8. To mark the task as “Returned,” put a check mark in the box.