Program Materials

Participating in Breathe Well, Live Well is one of the best things you can do for your asthma. The program covers what everyone with asthma needs to know. There are six major steps to taking control of your asthma. Each one is a lesson learned in the Breathe Well, Live Well program.

  1. Understanding asthma and breathing
  2. Getting help from your healthcare providers
  3. Learning about asthma-control medicines
  4. Learning how asthma relates to other health conditions
  5. Finding your asthma triggers, tracking your symptoms, and making an asthma action plan
  6. Forming good health habits

Download some Breathe Well, Live Well self-management tools that participants learn how to use during the program. If you can’t make it to a program right away, bring these tools with you to your next healthcare provider visit. Your doctor, nurse, or respiratory therapist can help you complete the forms.

  • Getting Ready For Your Next Office Visit (English | Spanish)
    Complete this form and bring it to the visit you have scheduled with your healthcare provider.
  • Your Medicine Schedule (English | Spanish)
    A medicine schedule is a great way to keep track of your prescriptions for your asthma, plus anything else that you are taking. Write down all the medicines that you take including over-the-counter medications, vitamins and supplements. Share it with your health care providers. Keep it handy to remember when to take your medicines each day and visible for family members so they can help support you.
  • Avoiding and Controlling Your Asthma Triggers (English | Spanish)
    You can do a lot to make your asthma better. Some things are easy. Others, such as making your home more asthma-friendly, require a little planning. Review the things that cause your asthma symptoms and the recommended control tips in this worksheet. Make a plan to limit or avoid exposure to your asthma triggers.
  • Asthma Action Plan (English | Spanish)
    If you have asthma, you need to know what to do when your symptoms start or get worse. When you have a plan, you know how to handle worsening symptoms. By taking control, you can often avoid asthma emergencies.

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Participating in Breathe Well, Live Well is one of the best things you can do for your asthma. Click here to find a local program near you.