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Live well with asthma

The Live well with asthma session aims to increase your knowledge and confidence in managing asthma. Learning more about what asthma is and how to respond to symptoms will help you feel in control of your condition. Learn more about the medications, how to use them and when. We also look at worsening asthma and teach Asthma First Aid. This is essential information for everyone with asthma, or those caring for others with asthma.

Who should sign up?

People with asthma, and/or their carers

What will I learn?

By the end of the session you will have a better understanding of:

  • Asthma Symptoms;
  • Various triggers and how to manage them;
  • Medications available and how they help asthma;
  • Asthma symptom control and how to achieve it;
  • Written Asthma Action Plans;
  • Asthma First Aid. 

Duration

This session goes for approximately 1.5 hours

Cost

This session is currently free

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National Supporters

Principal Partner:

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Website Partner: 

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Program Partners:

 

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