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Asthma Active is a free book of puzzles, games and information to teach children how to control their asthma and stay active. It’s a great way to learn that having asthma doesn’t mean having to sit on the sidelines.
This pamphlet includes a simple test to check if your asthma is under control, as well as an outline of how The Lung Association can help you. Answering the five simple questions will give you a good idea of your level of asthma control.
Questions & Answers about Asthma - An Information Booklet for Parents
Questions & Answers About Asthma – Information for Parents is a colourful easy-to-read 44-page booklet written for parents of children with asthma. It explains the basics of childhood asthma and the importance of asthma management.
Asthma Diary Card Helps you Keep Track of Your Asthma Symptoms, Medication and Triggers.
This Asthma Diary Card helps you keep a record of your symptoms, medication use, and peak flow readings so that you can better manage your asthma. By showing trends in your symptoms, medication use, and peak flow readings, you and your doctor will be able to make better decisions about the management of your asthma.
The Adult Asthma Action Plan (for people 16 years and older) provides asthma patients with a set of written instructions to help them manage their asthma symptoms. It is filled out with a healthcare provider and helps guide decisions about what steps to take when asthma symptoms occur. It follows the traffic light system: GREEN means your asthma is under control, YELLOW means your asthma is getting out of control, and RED means it’s an emergency and help needs to be sought right away.
This book covers everything from exercising with asthma to travel considerations, and complements other educational materials available at The Lung Association for children and adults of all ages living with asthma.
The Pediatric Asthma Action Plan (for children 1-15 years of age) provides asthma patients/parents with a a set of written instructions to help them manage their asthma symptoms. It is filled out with a healthcare provider and helps guide decisions about what steps to take when asthma symptoms occur. It is based on the traffic light system: GREEN means asthma is under control, YELLOW means asthma is getting out of control, and RED means it’s an emergency and help needs to seeked right away.
This in-depth book helps parents understand asthma and better manage the condition. It includes an explanation about what asthma is, what are common asthma triggers, what medications can help and how to regularly monitor symptoms.
Schools staff and parents can use this form to keep track of important information about students with asthma. It allows for the tracking of asthma triggers, medications, and emergency contact information.
This workbook is designed as a self-help guide complete with ideas and tools to assist people who have decided to quit smoking. The guide allows people to go at their own pace and comfort level and choose the ideas and approach that best suit their individual needs. The workbook is written in a supportive and non-judgmental way, and is encouraging even when setbacks may occur.
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