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19 S. Jackson Street, Montgomery, AL 36104
Healthcare Provider
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1401 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90015
Coalition, Community, Healthcare Provider
Promotoras conduct home visits for children with asthma that were seen in CHMC's ER or hospitalized with asthma. They provide asthma education and remediation of potential asthma triggers in the home.
www.chmcla.org
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22351 City Center Drive, Hayward, CA 94541
Community, Non-profit
Our "Asthma-Friendly Child Care" project reduces the incidence of asthma, asthma related complications and hospitalizations among children who are in child care settings. Our project provides asthma prevention and management training to child care providers and parents through individualized on-site consultation and group trainings. Training and resources are provided in Spanish, Chinese and Eng
www.4c-alameda.org
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180 Rockland Drive, Sharpsburg, GA 30277
Community, Non-profit
¿Think Kids 2010¿ Asthma Awareness Program in Schools J. Cord Williamson ¿Think Kids 2010¿ Alliance Green for Edu Facilities The goal of the asthma education in schools is to decrease the number of asthmatics to indoor environmental asthma triggers; to educate parents and caretakers on indoor triggers and actions to reduce them
www.alliancegreen.org
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7703 FLOYD CURL , SAN ANTONIO, TX 78229
School, University, Other
The current project is located in San Antonio, Texas and involves five elementary campuses within the North East Independent School District where asthma prevalence rates are above the district average of 12% . These schools are considered economically disadvantaged and where asthma may be negatively impacting the students in meeting their full academic potential due to loss of instruction time and/or absenteeism. This is based on several metrics: prevalence rates, aggregate inhaler usage.
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7703 floyd curl drive, san antonio, TX 78229
School, Other
the 2+2 Asthma Crew Asthma Education Program uses the Asthma Blow Out Model created by Diane Rhodes to educate children to manage their asthma for a better active life.
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100 Green Meadows Drive South, Lewis Center, OH 43035
Community, Health Plan, Healthcare Provider, School
Nationwide Children's Hospital Education Institute and Department of Respiratory Care are pleased to announce the 6th Annual Pediatric Asthma Conference on April 30-May 1, 2015. This two day conference will highlight emerging information and practical advice regarding asthma management for providers of asthma patients across all levels of care.
http://www.NationwideChildrens.org/asthma-conference
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6005 Monclova Road, Maumee, OH 54537
Healthcare Provider
A Patient Centered Interdisciplinary Team Based Approach to Improve Quality of Life and Self-Efficacy in Adults with Asthma
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St.Christopher's Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, 19134
Healthcare Provider
I see children post discharge from the ED or hospital with asthma. I do intensive asthma education, medical evaluation and refer to community partners as needed.
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206 Jeffords Street, MS 10-A, Clearwater, FL 33756
Coalition, Community, Government, Healthcare Provider, Non-profit
The A-Team works actively with state departments, local governments and community groups to provide asthma education and asthma management resources and services free of charge so that every child between 5-11 has an Asthma Action Plan and is empowered to live an active lifestyle.
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140 West 140th St. Level C, New York, NY 10030
Community, Non-profit
A.I.R.Harlem, which stands for Asthma Intervention and Relief, was created to help asthmatic kids stay healthy, in school, and out of the hospital.
www.harlemasthma.org
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1937 S. Burnside Ave, Gonzales, LA 70737
Healthcare Provider
http:steh.com
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8201 Corporate Drive Suite 1000, Landover, MD 20785
Non-profit
This program recognizes the critical role allied health professionals play in educating and caring for patients with asthma and allergies. Attendees will learn the latest techniques in asthma care and receive current and reliable patient education information and materials.Continuing education credits are available for registered nurses, nurse practitioners and respiratory therapists. To Register Visit: http://aafaprograms.hbp.com/
http://aafaprograms.hbp.com/
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500 Walter St NE Suite 205, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Community, Healthcare Provider
We are a pulmonary clinic in Albuquerque New Mexico. Health Care Providers (MD's, NP's) evaluate,diagnose, and treat patients (ages 18 and up) with asthma and help them with self management.
www.abqhp.com
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1046 Ridge Ave, Atlanta, GA 30315
Community, Healthcare Provider, University
Accountable Communities : Healthy Together- Asthma (ACHT-A) is a collaborative between the Georgia State University Institute of Public Health, Southside Medical Center, and the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning: Bright from the Start. The purpose of ACHT-A is to decrease the burden and experience of adverse effects associated with childhood asthma within NPU-V by the development of a
www.southsidemedical.net/achtaasthmaprogram.aspx
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26 Federal Plaza, New York City, NY 10278
Early Head Start and Head Start serves low income families with children between the ages of 0-5 years.
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2805 N 47th Street 502, Philadelphia, PA 19131
Non-profit
To raise awareness about asthma in the community, Acknowledge Now arranges educational seminars, sponsors asthma awareness events, distributes educational materials, and partners with other programs conducting asthma outreach.
www.acknowledgenow.org
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100 Committee for Boston Public Housing, Inc, Roxbury, MA 02120
Community, Non-profit
The Action Against Asthma program addresses environmental justice issues related to health, the environment and housing through education, community organizing and advocacy.
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1510 San Andres St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Non-profit
The Action on Asthma Coalition, a division of the American Lung Association of California, provides a central forum for asthma information exchange and collaboration on asthma projects in order to improve the health and quality of life of those affected by asthma.
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1440 W. Washington, Chicago, IL 60607
Community, Non-profit, University
The Asthma Action Plan for Chicago: Addressing Asthma in Englewood project aims to address community concerns over high rates of asthma morbidity in the Englewood area by capitalizing on local resources and existing community infrastructures capable of long term sustainability to develop a cohesive, multi-level program with lasting, positive effects for those with asthma.
www.lungchicago.org

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