Educational Resources

Whether you’re newly diagnosed or seeking ways to enhance your current care approach, these resources offer valuable insights and practical advice to help you lead a fuller, more active life while effectively managing asthma. Breathe easier with expert-endorsed information at your fingertips.

Learn How to Use Asthma Medication Devices

Watch videos about using asthma medication devices and download the instruction pages.

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Asthma Trigger House

Asthma triggers are things that can cause asthma symptoms to flare up or make it harder to breathe. Many triggers can be found in your home and other places. Asthma triggers are different for everybody. Avoiding asthma triggers can help lessen your asthma symptoms. A plan to reduce or remove such triggers can be made with your doctor.

The faculty and students at Stony Brook Children’s, Stony Brook University, and Downstate Health Sciences University and the American Lung Association’s health promotions staff have created a fun learning tool called the Asthma Trigger House.

Use this tool to find and learn about common asthma triggers in a home. There are four rooms in our house to visit. Click on an item in the room to learn if it is a trigger and how to avoid or reduce the trigger.

"Let's Take Control of Asthma!" Flipchart

The Let’s Take Control of Asthma Flipchart is a validated educational tool based on the asthma self-management education goals of the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program Guidelines which can be tailored to the patient.

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