Asthma at Home

Proper asthma management begins at home. When your family commits to asthma care and uses the necessary tools, you are prepared to:

  • Identify the things that trigger your asthma symptoms and learn how to avoid them
  • Understand your medications and how/when to use them
  • Monitor your symptoms and begin to recognize the early warning signs of an asthma flare-up

Every person who cares for a child with asthma – from parents and grandparents to teachers, coaches, and babysitters – should be provided with a copy of your child’s Asthma Action Plan so that they know how to help should a flare-up occur while they’re in charge.

Your doctor will also review the Asthma Action Plan with you during regularly scheduled appointments to determine if any adjustments should be made to your asthma treatment.

CAPW offers the following tools to help families manage asthma with ease:

CAPW is here to help you.

For more information, call us any weekday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 904.202.5132 or send us an email or get updates