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Asthma can’t be cured, but it can be managed. With good asthma management, you should usually be symptom-free and enjoy a full and active life. Asthma is a chronic disease – you have it all the time – even when you don’t feel any asthma symptoms. To stay healthy and safe, you need to follow your asthma action plan at all times, even when you feel completely fine.

Asthma Action Plan

THE ASTHMA ACTION PLAN is a set of written instructions from your doctor that shows you what medicines you need to take, when you should take them, and how you should adjust them if your asthma starts to get out of control.


Play for All

PLAY FOR ALL is an innovative after school program for students in grades 1 to 6, combining education on lung health, asthma awareness and the importance of physical activity for promoting lung health.


Asthma Action resources

YOU HAVE QUESTIONS about Asthma; we have videos, toolkits, leaflets, worksheets, DVDs and other valuable resources.


Spotlight on Asthma newsletter archive

PEOPLE WITH ASTHMA can lead full, active lives! Browse back issues of our classic bimonthly newsletter Spotlight on Asthma for tips on managing your asthma during times of work, play, travel, and more.


Asthma friendly schools

With good asthma control, your child should not miss school or daycare and should be able to fully participate in activities such as sports. Learn more about how Ryan’s Law is making schools safer for children with asthma.


For parents of children with asthma

FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH ASTHMA. With the right support, treatment and education, you can help your child manage their asthma. Here is some information on how children are diagnosed and treated and resources that will help you and your child.


Questions to ask your healthcare professional

QUESTIONS? Getting the most out of your visit with your healthcare provider.