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Fundamentos Sobre el Asma de Infantil (Asthma Basics for Children)youcan
These program materials will assist bilingual educators in teaching Spanish-speaking parents of children (newborn through age 6) to manage asthma. The Instructor Guide contains curriculum for over five hours of education and interactive activities.  The handbook for parents reinforces the curriculum and provides practical activities for preschool-age children to learn about asthma. Program contains: English Instructor Guide and 5 Spanish handbooks for parents. More >> 
$50.00 Spanish,   Order #H-014HCS
Additional Parent Handbook: $12.00 each, Spanish  #H-014PS, $80.00 set of 10, Spanish #H-014PS-10


Ribbon Wee Wheezers: Para Los Padres de Niños Pequeñoswee
Health professionals use this program to teach parents of children (under age 7) to recognize, prevent and manage asthma symptoms. Parents learn about resources for information and support and how to communicate with caretakers and physicians.    Parents attend 4 group sessions and children join in for the last 2 sessions.  This program has been validated through formal research as an effective patient education program and recognized by CDC as a potentially effective educational intervention.  Kit includes: instructor’s manual; program implementation and training guide; slides (PDF and PowerPoint); instructor video; companion video and handouts for parents and children. More >>  
$295.00 Spanish, Order #H-015S
Additional Instructor Video: $8.00 each, Spanish #H-015IVS
Additional Companion Video: $8.00 each, Spanish #H-015PVS


Ribbon Usted Puede Controlar el Asma (You Can Control Asthma)Spanish Covers
The You Can Control Asthma education program gives children ages 6 to 12 and their families more self-confidence and the necessary knowledge and skills needed to control asthma.  An Implementation Guide provides successful strategies for educating families in clinical, community, school and home settings using the You Can Control Asthma booklets.  A set of parallel booklets for children and their parents teach principles of asthma management through pictures, captions and activities.  The book for kids (third grade reading level) helps them make choices and feel in control of their asthma.  The book for families (fifth grade reading level) helps them to assist their child in managing their asthma. These books have been validated through formal research as an effective patient education resource and recognized by CDC as a potentially effective educational intervention.
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$50.00  (Spanish, Order #B-005S) - Temporarily out of stock
Book for the Family,  Spanish, Order #B-001S - Temporarily out of stock
$5.50 Book for Kids,
 Spanish, Order #B-002S
$10.00 Set of Books, Spanish, Order #B-003S - Temporarily out of stock
(Call to ask about prices for bulk orders)


Controle Su Asma—Reunion Al Instante (Control Your Asthma—
Meeting-in-a-Box #5)meeting in a box

Teach asthma basics, statistics, definitions and goals of therapies, triggers, medications and tools for asthma management. This presentation includes all the components for asthma education and has everything you need for a 2-hour Spanish presentation. Kit includes: over 60 colorful slides; presenter’s guide and script; meeting coordinator’s guide; reproducible handouts; sample peak flow meter and spacer; meeting sign-in sheet; meeting evaluation form; and information about AAFA.
$60.00 (Order #H-012) - Temporarily out of Stock


Ribbon This symbol indicates a "validated" health education program demonstrated through formal research to be an effective educational intervention. These programs are also recognized by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as a potentially effective educational interventions.

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