Open Airways

Open Airways is a school-based asthma education series from the American Lung Association for third- to fifth-graders with asthma. Students learn asthma management, including avoiding triggers, recognizing warning signs and solving problems related to their asthma and asthma care. The Open Airways curriculum consists of six 40-minute group lessons.

To learn more or schedule a wellness program at your school, contact Nikki Boyd at nikki.boyd@nortonhealthcare.org or call (502) 629-7346.

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