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Asthma Australia

Asthma Australia

We are the peak body for people living with asthma and work with health professionals, researchers and governments to deliver evidence-based prevention and health strategies to more than half a million people each year.

Since 1962 we have been finding the best treatments and practices to make sure life with asthma is the best it can be. We focus on education and training to empower individuals and communities to improve the lives of people with asthma.

At Asthma Australia we help people to breathe so they can live freely. We work with people with asthma, their family and friends, health professionals, researchers and governments. We find the best treatments and practices to make sure life with asthma is the best it can be. Asthma Australia provides education and training to improve the lives of people with asthma.

The information we provide to people with is well-researched and evidence-based to give an optimal outcome.

We share best-practice information about first-aid and how to respond if someone close to you experiences asthma symptoms. Our Asthma Educators (1800 ASTHMA) assist thousands of people every year to manage their disease in the best way possible. Our one-to-one COACH program helps people with asthma achieve better control of their condition.

And we educate the community, with thousands of school staff trained to know what to do when a child has an asthma flare-up or an asthma attack.

Who is your service for?
People with asthma, and their family, friends and carers as well as health professionals
Business Address
1/89 Brisbane St, Hobart
03 9086 7866
Organisation Email
Opening Hours
Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
How is this service delivered?
Phone, Online, You come to us
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