Test Your Asthma Control


For ages 12 years or older
For ages 4-11 years

Doctor Discussion Guide

Asthma Journal

Create an Asthma Action Plan.

True or False

Manage Your Child's Asthma

Plan for a successful school year

Work with your child's healthcare provider to create an Asthma Action Plan and share it with your child's teachers, coaches, and other school staff.

Asthma & School

Peak Flow Meters to Monitor Children's Asthma

Peak flow meters can help monitor your child's breathing.

Your child's healthcare provider may use peak flow readings to help create your child's Asthma Action Plan.

Develop an Asthma Action Plan for your child

Put your child's Asthma Action Plan in place

The more prepared you are, the more you can help keep your child’s asthma symptoms under control.
Create a planDevelop an asthma action plan for your child

Take the Childhood Asthma Control Test

Is your child coughing, wheezing, or up at night?

Have your child aged 4-11 years take the Childhood Asthma Control Test*, or the Asthma Control Test™, if your child is 12 years or older, and discuss the results with the healthcare provider.

ASTHMA CONTROL TEST is a trademark of QualityMetric Incorporated.

*The Childhood Asthma Control Test was developed by GSK.

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