Childhood Lung Disease

For a parent, there is nothing harder than watching your child struggle to breathe.  We understand that pain and are here to help.

The American Lung Association works with both parents and children to better manage childhood asthma, as we continue to research a cure. We offer camps for children with asthma, where they can be active and have fun in a medically-supervised environment.  We actively promote influenza vaccinations, especially for those children with compromised respiratory systems. We have programs to empower youth to create a tobacco-free environment for themselves and their peers as well as fight the influence of Big Tobacco in their schools and communities. On behalf of children everywhere, we are fighting for air.

Asthma in Schools


How asthma-friendly is your school? Asthma is one of the main reasons that students miss school due to illness – more than 14 million lost school days every year.

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Camp Superkids

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Camp Superkids is a summer residential camp for Nebraska children 7 to 14 with moderate to severe asthma. The Lung Association provides 24-hour care through an asthma and allergy specialist physician, experienced nurses and respiratory therapists. » More