Promoting Lung Health for Life.
Meetings consist of:
Medication Updates and Device Training
- Group Discussions
- Guest Speakers
- Special Projects
2013 Meeting Dates
Thursday, April 29 . . . . . . . . 6-8 p.m.
Thursday, June 20 . . . . . . . . 6-8 p.m.
Thursday, August 15 . . . . . . 6-8 p.m.
Thursday, October 17 . . . . . 6-8 p.m.
Thursday, November 21 . . . 6-8 p.m.
FREE, RSVP requested. RSVP by phone or email to Robin Kidder at: 314.362.1516 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Queeny Tower, 17th Floor, Conference Room B
One Barnes-Jewish Hospital Plaza
St Louis, MO 63110
Directions and Parking
A subsurface parking garage located near the corner of Kingshighway Boulevard and Barnes-Jewish Hospital Plaza, across the street from the hospital’s south entrance.
The three-level garage is connected to the main level of the hospital by an enclosed pedestrian walkway. Handicap parking is available on level 2 (blue level), west of the escalator.
When you enter the south side of the hospital, pass the water fountain and the information desk in the lobby. Take a left after the gift shop. At the end of the hallway, make a right and the Queeny Tower Elevator will be to your left. Take those to the 17th floor and follow the signs to Conference Room B
At the end of every meeting, a parking pass will be given for free parking.
Respiratory Care Services: Robin Kidder, BA, RRT, AE-C
Inhale Support group Committee
Medical Director of Asthma Education Consult Services: Mario Castro, MD
Mentor: Robin Kidder, BS, RRT, AE-C
Chair: Brittany Eads RRT
Co-Chair: April Boyd, RRT
Secretary: Tiffany Fricke RRT
NO CHARGE TO ATTEND
All Persons Affected by Asthma Welcome.
• Provide exceptional educational and support services to people affected by asthma in an effort to improve their quality of life
• Be a positive influence in the St Louis area and surrounding communities regarding asthma education
Members will recognize the importance of having a written asthma action plan
• This will help you recognize worsening asthma symptoms, act quickly and seek medical treatment.
Stay at your best
• Understand your medications-dose, frequency, side effects, indications.
Identify and avoid your asthma triggers
Achieve your best lung function
• Always practice proper device techniques for optimal medication delivery.
• Have your lung function monitored through your healthcare provider.
Know your asthma severity
• Report symptoms to your healthcare provider-daytime and nighttime symptoms.
• Ask your healthcare provider whether your asthma is mild, moderate, or severe.
American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC)
American Lung Association of Missouri
1118 Hampton Ave
St Louis, MO 63139
Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA)-St Louis Chapter
1500 South Big Bend, Suite 1S
St Louis, MO 63117
St Louis Regional Asthma
Consortium Salus Center
3545 Layette, Suite 300
St Louis, MO 63104