Children can learn more about allergies and asthma with Allergy & Asthma Network’s Breatherville puzzles, stories, books, and recipes.
This webinar covers the pathophysiology of asthma; stepwise treatment of asthma; and challenges and barriers of stock albuterol implementation in schools.
By Sally Schoessler, RN “Let’s see … Backpack … Folders … Pens and pencils … Asthma inhalers ......
Dr. Ruchi Gupta discussed the prevalence of food allergy, the top 8 food allergens, use of epinephrine, and policies needed for classroom and lunchroom.
It’s hard to know when children with asthma should go to school and when they should stay home. A chronic health condition like asthma can make that decision even harder.
School mornings are often challenging times for parents – getting kids dressed and ready for...
This webinar covered an overview of allergies; school safety issues for allergy management; and educational resources for students and staff.
Children with asthma and food allergies are vulnerable to bullying at school and online, often by...
Food allergy mom Amanda Eisen explains what parents need to know about getting their food-allergic...
This webinar covers the burden of asthma; the components of support in asthma care; and how to implement the school-based asthma management (SAMPRO) program.
This webinar covered the 4 types of school healthcare plans and the unique focus of each, including individualized healthcare plans (IHPs) and 504 Plans.
Asthma and allergies affect many schoolchildren across the United States. For parents concerned about sending their kid with asthma or allergies to school, we have practical tips for you. For school nurses and other healthcare professionals working with children in schools, we have numerous resources to help address and questions you may have as you provide care. Listen to our webinars and explore other resources for parents, doctors, school nurses, teachers, coaches and other school officials.