Step 1: Talk to a Doctor
Talk to a doctor about your child’s asthma. If your child has asthma or if you think your child may have asthma, take your child to a doctor. Your doctor will work with you to keep your child from having asthma attacks.
Step 2: Make a Plan
Ask your doctor to help you create your child’s Asthma Action Plan.
Work with your doctor to create an Asthma Action Plan that will help you learn to prevent your child’s asthma attacks
Step 3: Asthma-Proof Your Home
Triggers are a part of everyday life.
Asthma attacks can be triggered by things like mold growing in your bath or tiny dust mites that live in blankets, pillows, or your child's stuffed animals.
Learn more about things that might trigger an asthma attack and what you can do to get rid of them and help your child stay healthy.
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