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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The overall goal of the Resource Team is to improve indoor air quality in Connecticut schools, principally by implementing the Tools for Schools program in every Connecticut public school building. Our main objectives are to: a) develop and execute a more systematic outreach program to promote TfS, and b) provide training and other technical assistance to schools to implement the TfS program.
Brochure, English, Website, School
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The "Asthma Disease Management Resource Manual" was created to assist health care organizations and individual practitioners in the diagnosis, assessment and treatment of asthma. The manual includes patient guidelines, checklists, treatment algorithms and therapy recommendations. Particular emphasis is given to patient self-care and monitoring, as well as the psychosocial factors that may have an
Community Setting, English, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Health Care Setting, Home/Housing, Training Materials
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The handbook "Asthma Management and the Allergist: Better Outcomes at Lower Cost" includes abstracted and summarized data documenting that treatment outcomes are better and costs are lower when allergists directly provide asthma care or coordinate a care team, compared to when an allergist is not involved.
Brochure, Document (PDF, Word, Excel)
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The Smokefree Apartment House Registry at www.smokefreeapartments.org provides a free listing of non-smoking apartments which are located in non-smoking buildings. There is also information for landlords and tenants about the legality of non-smoking residential buildings. The service is free.
English, Website, Other, Other
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The Asthma Basics for Children program is designed to help early childhood educators and parents of children under age 7 learn to manage asthma. Program materials include a separate handbook and curriculum for educating parents and early childhood educators. The Instructor's Guide contains both curricula and the two handbooks cover the basics of asthma management along with practical activities f
English, Day Care, Training Materials, Spanish, Other
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This 3-D animated video helps adolescents and children cope with asthma and comply with treatment. Entertaining and motivating. Covers the nature of asthma, warning signs, triggers, and self-management.
English, Day Care, Health Care Setting, Spanish, Video (VHS or DVD), School
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Clearinghouse of free downloadable fact sheets, guides, and reports on healthy school environments, offers information and referral to parents,personnel, and schools nationwide on common environmental concerns: IAQ, IPM, Molds, environemnt committees, high performance design, renovation and health, and other issues.
Brochure, English, Day Care, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Fact Sheet, Training Materials, Spanish, Website, School
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Asthma Links Handouts Coaches Daycare Clinical Statewide interventions Statewide Plan being updated now
Community Setting, English, Day Care, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Presentation Slides, Home/Housing, Spanish, Website, School
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“A+ LIFE© (Asthma Learning is For Everyone)©: A Family Centered Program,” developed by the National Capital Asthma Coalition (NCAC), provides opportunities for hands-on learning about asthma and encourages children and their parents/guardians to feel more comfortable talking about asthma with each other and with school staff and healthcare providers.
Community Setting, English, Day Care, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Health Care Setting, Training Materials, Spanish, Other, School
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“A+ LIFE© (Asthma Learning is For Everyone)©: A Family Centered Program,” developed by the National Capital Asthma Coalition (NCAC), provides opportunities for hands-on learning about asthma and encourages children and their parents/guardians to feel more comfortable talking about asthma with each other and with school staff and healthcare providers.
Community Setting, English, Day Care, Document (PDF, Word, Excel), Health Care Setting, Training Materials, Spanish, Other, School

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