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For kids, a new school year can be an exciting time. For parents and caregivers, a new school year may come with questions and checklists, especially if your child has asthma. With the help of your child’s asthma care team, you can create a plan of action for a successful year.

Watch the replay of our webinar titled, "A Parent’s Guide to Asthma Care at School."

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During the webinar, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) talked about:

  • What should be in your asthma school toolkit
  • Establishing an asthma care team
  • Communicating with your child’s health care provider, school nurse, and teacher
  • Advocating for your child

Speakers for this webinar were AAFA’s Public Health Manager Stacey Denham, MSW, MPH, and AAFA’s Asthma and Respiratory Health Programs Manager Jessica Jackson MPH, RRT, AE-C.

Related Resources

Asthma Facts

What Are Asthma Triggers?

How to Correctly Use Your Asthma Devices

AAFA’s School Zone

School Health Care Plans for Asthma and Allergies

School Planning Resources for Parents of Children with Asthma and Allergies

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