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Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America Breath eNewsletter
We want to make sure you, your child and your child’s school have everything you need to start a new school year with asthma. Here are some of the resources you can find at aafa.org:

School planning: Get started at our school planning zone. This page has a large collection of our school resources. It includes tips, articles, downloads, webinars, and information on laws and guidelines.

Important forms: If your child has asthma, you will need to know what forms their school requires for managing medicines and asthma episodes at school. Find out what forms you should submit to your child’s school for the new school year.

Healthy beginnings: Help your student with asthma have a healthier school year by making sure they get important vaccines. Also, take steps to avoid the September Asthma Epidemic. Asthma rates spike as kids head back to school. We have tips to help them avoid flare-ups.
Flu season usually strikes the U.S. from October to March. People with asthma are at a high risk for complications from the flu. Take extra precautions, such as getting the flu and pneumococcal vaccines, before the season begins.
AAFA’s Community Director Kathy P updates us on her progress as she works to overcome asthma for a half-century (50-mile) bike ride. Read about her ups and downs and cheer her on as she raises awareness for asthma!
Kathy P Continues to Train to #TackleAsthma
Events
Join us on Aug. 29, at 7 pm EDT (4 pm PDT) for a Facebook chat with attorney, author and food allergy advocate Laurel Francoeur, Esq., on how to work with your child’s school to keep them safe. She will answer your questions on making the right plans and submitting proper forms.
School Accommodations for Food Allergies and Asthma Chat
News & Research
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the QVAR® RediHaler™. It is a metered dose “breath-actuated” inhaler, which means it automatically releases medicine when you inhale. QVAR®RediHaler™ is designed to be used without shaking or priming. You do not need to use a spacer or volume holding chamber with it.
Community Support
It is important to stay up-to-date on news about asthma and allergies. By joining our community and following our blog, you will receive ongoing information about managing your health. Our community also provides an opportunity to connect with other people who manage asthma and allergies.
AAFA Community Support - Join Now
Look For This Mark When You Shop
Many products claim to help those with asthma and allergies, but not all of them do. If you buy Certified asthma & allergy friendly® products, you know you are getting products that are scientifically tested to be suitable for those with asthma and allergies. Through our program, you’ll find Certified products #forahealthierhome like air cleaners, bedding, cleaning products, toys and more.
Certified Asthma and Allergy Friendly Products
Be Prepared for Asthma/Allergy Emergencies
AAFA Gear Shop Now
Don’t forget to always carry your emergency asthma and allergy medicines everywhere you go. We have medicine bags to help you be prepared. Every second counts!
Thank you for your continued support.
Visit AAFA.org and KidsWithFoodAllergies.org
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