Impromptu Asthma Education

During an asthma education presentation for the faculty at a local elementary school, Billy, age nine, went to one of the asthma educators to tell her about his asthma.

Through the course of the conversation, the asthma educator discovered that Billy had not been involved in the asthma classes for the students, he did not have a spacer, nor did he know how to properly use his inhaler.

In an impromptu meeting, Billy was given a spacer and instructed on its proper use. His mother was in attendance and the two agreed that they would continue to practice the skill at home in order to help keep Billy’s asthma under control.

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