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The Lung Association is always seeking new Lung Health Ambassadors to represent their region. For more information about becoming a Lung Health Ambassador, call The Lung Association Lung Health Information Line at 1-888-344-LUNG (5864) or e-mail email@example.com.
Lung Health Ambassadors (LHAs) are lung health champions who assist in raising awareness about the importance of lung health in Ontario. They may or may not have lung disease themselves.
Often, they share their experience about COPD, asthma or other lung diseases with others. This could include people in their communities or others with lung disease.
Our LHAs share what is happening in their community and their own personal experience with each other during the monthly teleconference, facilitated by a health care professional and sponsored by Ontario Lung Association. They may also choose to participate in initiatives to promote lung disease awareness and to advocate for a Lung Health strategy in Ontario to both politicians and the public.
To become a Lung Health Ambassador you should:
On a volunteer basis, you may choose to participate in all or selected activities that are best suited to your schedule and your personality: