Getting away from home for some 'you time' is really important. But when your child has asthma, you may be extra concerned by the thought of leaving him with a babysitter. Take the following into account when choosing someone to watch your child. You want to enjoy your time away, but also ensure that your child's asthma gets the best care while you are gone.
Have you ever struggled talking with your child about asthma? I remember a mother who called me in tears because she could not get her child on board with their prescribed asthma treatment. Her child seemed to be doing everything to sabotage care— would not tell mom when symptoms were getting worse, would not take medications correctly, and pretty much did the opposite of everything Mom asked her to do. Iggy and the Inhalers may be just what you need
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