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201
One Hospital Drive, Columbia, MO 65212
Non-profit, University
The Asthma Ready™ Communities program is an initiative aimed at equipping local communities to be prepared to implement national guidelines for the management of childhood asthma.
www.asthmaready.org
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The Medical Foundation, Boston, MA 02124
Coalition, Non-profit
The Asthma Regional Council brings together the six New England states to address the environmental contributors to asthma.
www.asthmaregionalcouncil.orgq
203
7114 Congress St, New Port Richey, FL 34653
Other
Qualified participants will receive study related medical care medication and compensation for time and travel no insurance is needed
www.ariclinical.com
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503 Kensington Ave,, Buffalo, NY 14214
Government
Erie County ART is a program area of the Healthy Neighborhoods Program. In home trigger assessment and asthma education performed by AE-C.
www.erie.gov
205
1511 4th St NW, Washington, DC 20001
Coalition, Non-profit
DC Asthma Safe Babies is an opportunity for expectant parents, caregivers, and child care providers of children (newborn - 3 yrs) to learn about the health effects and sources of asthma triggers and basic steps to reduce asthma triggers in their homes.
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National Nursing Centers Consortium, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Non-profit
Asthma Safe Kids (ASK) is an in-home education program focused on children with asthma under the age of 18 that works to increase caregivers’ awareness of asthma triggers in the home and decrease the exposure of asthmatic children to these triggers.
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260 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Community, Non-profit
The Asthma Safe Kids Pilot Program was developed with the goal of providing in-home asthma education and environmental assessments that would help to reduce ER visits and Inpatient hospital stays. This program works in collaboration with a Medicaid funded health insurance company, nurse-managed health centers and primary care providers. Our goal is to reach the most severe asthmatics that are en
www.nncc.us
208
34 Haverhill St., Lawrence, MA 01841
Healthcare Provider
The Asthma Self-Management Education Program of the Greater Lawrence Family Health Center targets the Latino population of Lawrence living with the burden of asthma through an individualized, high-quality bilingual educational series which culminates with a tailored written asthma action plan.
209
5961 Nora St NW, bremerton, WA 98311
Other
Want to help educate any asthmatics in my community in self help techniques and improve the lives of asthma sufferers
Asthma Therapy RRT
210
13848 Tilden Road Suite #230, Winter Garden, FL 34787
Community
Family friendly education focusing on awareness of the asthma and allergies; how they relate to one another, and the way allergies affects it.
http://www.kidmdpediatrics.com/
211
1301 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20004
Non-profit
The Asthma-Friendly Schools Initiative assists local communities and community organizations in planning and implementing comprehensive asthma management programs within their local schools and existing school structure.
www.lungusa.org
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7703 Floyd Curl, San Antonio, TX 78229
Community, Non-profit, School, University, Other
The current project is located in San Antonio, Texas and involves teaching children to share their feelings about having asthma through art.
http://www.uthscsa.edu/shp/rc/
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700 Camellia, Desoto, TX 75115
Community, Health Plan, Healthcare Provider, School, Other
Promotes continuum of health provider access with asthma advocate onsite while promoting clear communication with licenses clinician. Conduct needs Assessment by identifying medication adherence e structure and barriers with medical literacy during doctors visit. Educating parents on polices and practices that available with 504complaince needs of Asthmatics.
www.asthmachasers.com
214
176 Broadway, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10038
Community
AsthmaMoms was created in 2000 and was one of the first on-line resources to include videos and bilingual information.
http://www.asthmamoms.com/
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2000 E. Greenville St., Anderson, SC 29621
Community, Healthcare Provider, Non-profit, Other
Asthmania Academy helps children with asthma and the people who care for them. We are the second program in the nation and the first in the Southeast to receive ASME certification from the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC). Our goal is to work with patients, families and physicians to improve asthma control. Asthmania Academy's specialized staff includes certified asthma educators (AE-C), pediatric hospitalists and certified pulmonary function technologists (CPFT) who can assess asthma control, perform diagnostic studies and provide recommendations based on nationally-recognized asthma management guidelines.
www.anmedhealth.org/asthmaniaacademy
216
634 West Main Street, Suite 102 , Madison, WI 53703
Other
Asthmapolis is an FDA-cleared mobile solution that helps patients better manage their asthma. Snap-on sensors track where, when and how often patients use their inhaler, while advanced analytics and apps for iPhone and Android reveal triggers, trends and personalized feedback.
www.asthmapolis.com
217
65 W. Jimmie Leeds Road, Pomona, NJ 08240
Community
Teen Asthma Program
218
PO Box 194, Malcolm, NE 68402
Non-profit
Attack on Asthma Nebraska, in partnership with the Nebraska Department of Education, provides education, training, and medications to assist schools in the implementation of the Emergency Response to Life-Threatening Asthma or Systemic Allergic Reactions protocol, mandated in 2003 by the Nebraska State Board of Education.
www.attackonasthma.org
219
1120 15th Street, Augusta, GA 30912
Healthcare Provider
We are currently in the planning stages of starting an Asthma Center at our facility.
gachildrens.org
220
3021 Green Meadow Dr, San Angelo, TX 76904
Healthcare Provider
ayasslungclinic.com

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