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Breathin' Right

Have you heard the buzz?

“Asthma Blues” brings new power to the core messages we need to deliver to ALL children and youths with asthma. Through “Asthma Blues”, Al Keith has provided an exciting new media for raising asthma literacy in America. His music brings fun and greater effectiveness to asthma education.
I believe we are far more likely to change behavior and promote appropriate self-care actions among kids and adults by adding “Asthma Blues” to our "educator toolkit".


Ben Francisco, PhD, PNP-BC, AE-C
Director, Asthma Ready Communities
Research Assistant Professor, Child Health
Pulmonary Medicine & Allergy, School of Medicine
University of Missouri Health Systems

“While asthma is very much a disease of inflammation, its successful management is very much a matter of communication. Al Keith and CTK provide a remarkably relevant tool kit to foster effective asthma education in an age-appropriate and culturally relevant manner. This tool kit is aimed at our most vulnerable patients...the young children who suffer so much from a disease poorly understood and therefore, poorly managed.”  

LeRoy M. Graham,  MD                                                                                      
Pediatric Pulmonologist  
Georgia Pediatric Pulmonology Associates, PD 
Founder and Director, Not One More Life, Inc.

“Asthma Blues" is fun & educational for children of all ages. The catchy tunes with the medical terms makes learning easy to grasp. Who knew learning something health related could be such fun? Even children that don't have asthma could benefit from the "Asthma Blues" program as it teaches them why their friend might have restrictions and limitations. "Asthma Blues" is a well thought out program and should be taught in every school.”

Sincerely,

Cathy Kilgo
(lifelong asthma sufferer)