Asthma Action Plan: All people with asthma should have an asthma action plan. An asthma action plan (also called a management plan) is a written plan that you develop with your provider to help control your asthma. The AAP is available in many formats and languages, as well as different sized fonts and graphics.
- CDC’s Asthma Action Plan includes print, electronic, and computer based plans in English and Spanish
- The American Lung Association’s Asthma Action Plan is available in different font sizes in English and Spanish
- The Regional Asthma Management and Prevention(RAMP) has asthma action plans in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Vietnamese
- The Minnesota Department of Health’s interactive Asthma Action Plan (iAAP) contains an Environmental Triggers Control sheet and a Consent to Share Information document for the school health office or others who care for children with asthma. All documents are available in English or Spanish.
YES WE CAN Children’s Asthma Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:This toolkit provides manuals and resources to start a community based asthma program based on the medical social model of care with emphasis of the community health worker as part of the health care team.
Asthma Control Test, GlaxoSmithKline: is a patient-based tool for identifying patients with poorly controlled asthma.