Resource Bank

Does your program have a great resource you would like to share with other AsthmaCommunityNetwork.org members? If so, add your resource(s) to the Resource Bank. The Resource Bank also allows you to search for resources from other Network members that may be helpful in informing your work.

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Wouldn't it be great if the children you serve who have asthma could learn to better manage their condition while having fun playing an interactive video game? We developed Quest for the Code as an interactive resource to help kids do just that, and the game is now available online for the first time! Featuring some of their favorite celebrities as asthma-villians, Quest for the Code will help kid
Brochure, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Training Materials, Website
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Resource provides general information on asthma and its environmental triggers, research that NIEHS is conducting on asthma, and health studies and clinical trials on asthma.
Community Setting, English, Day Care, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Health Care Setting, Home/Housing, Website, School
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Brochure, Community Setting, English, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Fact Sheet, Home/Housing, Spanish, Website, School
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The Philadelphia Allies Against Asthma Coalition has developed a telephone-based care coordination system called the "Link Line" for parents of children with asthma. The Link Line protocol as well as examples of pre and post assessments are available upon request.
Community Setting, English, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Training Materials, Spanish
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The Philadelphia Allies Against Asthma Coalition developed a uniform "Asthma Action Plan" that was approved by local Managed Care Organizations and ultimately adopted by the PA DOH for the state of Pennsylvania.
Community Setting, English, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Health Care Setting, Training Materials, Spanish, School
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The Asthma 101 presentation was developed by the Philadelphia Allies Against Asthma coaliton to increase asthma awareness among community members with asthma. Presentation covers topics including: what is asthma, what happens during and asthma attack, signs and symptoms, asthma triggers, and asthma medications.
Community Setting, English, Day Care, Presentation Slides, Home/Housing, Spanish, School
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Experts recommend that both schools and families have a current asthma action plan for all school aged children with asthma. This CDPH approved plan includes important consent and authorization language as required by law (developed in statewide partnership with asthma stakeholders). Additional translations are available in CAPHI resources for schools.
Chinese, English, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Health Care Setting, Home/Housing, Spanish, Vietnamese, Other, School
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We offer 2 main programs: An asthma outreach worker program and home environmental assessment training and visits. Tools available on the website include: 1. Do-It-Yourself Home Environmental Assessment and 2) Searching for a Healthy Home.
Brochure, English, Fact Sheet, Home/Housing, Website
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The FLARE plan is a comprehensive and concise tool to help patients receive discharge instructions based on the NAEPP Guidelines for asthma management. Follow up with your doctor Learn your medications Asthma is a chronic disease Respond to warning signs Emergency Care These uniform emergency department discharge instructions may help reduce preventable emergency visits and hospital
English, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Other
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http://impactasthma.missouri.edu/homestuff/demos2.html Promote self-regulation among school age children
Community Setting, English, Health Care Setting, Home/Housing, Video (VHS or DVD), Other, School

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