Communication and cooperation among families, health care
providers, and child care providers are especially important when
caring for a child with asthma.
Parents of Children with Asthma
- Share the Asthma Treatment Plan with your child
- Know your child’s asthma triggers
- Parenting Tips for Managing Asthma in the
Child Care Setting
- Download a daily asthma/allergy reporting form.
This form helps families and child care providers
share daily concerns about a child’s asthma
Child Care Administrators
You can help the children in your care who have
asthma. Take the PACNJ “Policies and Practices for
Asthma Friendly Child Care” training. To request
information about training in your area, send an
email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Make your program a model in Asthma Friendly Child Care – complete the 10 steps to qualify for the PACNJ Asthma Friendly Child Care Program Award
Children with asthma in your care need to have an Asthma Treatment Plan on file at your facility.