SEARCH
Taking Control Handbook
This book covers everything from exercising with asthma to travel considerations, and complements the Ontario Lung Association’s spectrum of educational materials that are available to children and adults of all ages who are living with asthma.
Downloadable PDF – No Registration Required | Printed Materials - Ontario Residents Only | Details
Le Nouveau Guide d'Action Contre L'Asthme - The New Asthma Action Handbook
Downloadable PDF – No Registration Required | Printed Materials - Ontario Residents Only | Details
Questions & Answers about Asthma, Information for Parents Booklet
Questions & Answers About Asthma - Information for Parents is a colourful easy-to-read 44-page booklet written for parents of children with asthma. It explains the basics of childhood asthma and the importance of asthma management.
Downloadable PDF – No Registration Required | Printed Materials - Ontario Residents Only | Details
Questions et reponses au sujet de l'asthme - Questions & Answers about Asthma, Information For Parents
Questions & Answers About Asthma - Information for Parents is a colourful easy-to-read 44-page booklet written for parents of children with asthma. It explains the basics of childhood asthma and the importance of asthma management.
Downloadable PDF – No Registration Required | Printed Materials - Ontario Residents Only | Details
Lung Health Information Line Tear-Off Pad
Tear-off pad promoting The Lung Association Lung Health Information Line
Printed Materials - Ontario Residents Only | Details
Asthma Control Check
This pamphlet includes a simple test to check if your asthma is under control, as well as an outline of how The Lung Association can help you. Answering the five simple questions will give you a good idea of your level of asthma control.
Downloadable PDF – No Registration Required | Printed Materials - Ontario Residents Only | Details
Adult Asthma Action Plan 2778
The Adult Asthma Action Plan (for people 16 years and older) is a set of written instructions from your doctor that shows you what medicines you need to take, when you should take them, and how you should adjust them if your asthma starts to get out of control. It's based on the traffic light system: GREEN means your asthma is under control, YELLOW means your asthma is getting out of control, and RED is an emergency.
Downloadable PDF – No Registration Required | Printed Materials - Ontario Residents Only | Details
Le Plan d'Acton Pour l'Asthme - Asthma Action Plan
Downloadable PDF – No Registration Required | Printed Materials - Ontario Residents Only | Details
Asthma Diary Card
My Asthma Diary Card helps you keep a record of your symptoms, medication use, and peak flow readings so that you can better manage your asthma. By showing trends in your symptoms, medication use, and peak flow readings, you and your doctor will be better able to make decisions about the management of your asthma.
Downloadable PDF – No Registration Required | Printed Materials - Ontario Residents Only | Details
Managing Asthma Attacks Reference Sheet for Schools (AODA Compliant)
Reference sheet showing you what to look for and what to do when a student is having an asthma attack.
Downloadable PDF – No Registration Required | Printed Materials - Ontario Residents Only | Details