Parent and Carer Support Network Events

Join our free monthly Zoom meeting for parents and carers of children with asthma. 

We hold a free online meeting over Zoom every month for parents and carers of children with asthma. Each meeting has a different topic and is organised by our kind and knowledgeable healthcare professionals. 


Every meeting is opened by a parent or carer of a child with asthma, who understands what you are going through. You can turn your camera on and talk to others, or leave your camera off and just listen. 

Our next meeting is on Wednesday 24th July 2024 at 7pm

Sweet Dreams

Do you look after a child with asthma? Worried about their breathing at night time? Does coughing and wheezing disrupt their sleep?

Come and join us for our interactive session Sweet Dreams on Wednesday 24th July at 7pm. We’ll be joined by a healthcare professional who will give you expert advice and support.

You’ll find out about the tests your child might need as well as treatments that might help. And you’ll learn tips and tricks to help your child to get a good night’s sleep.

You’ll also be able to meet and share your experiences with other parents and carers and know you are not alone.

Register here

You are welcome to attend as many meetings as you like. Take a look at our calendar below and sign up to our mailing list for more information and to be notified when registration opens.

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2024 Calendar

Download a copy of our 2024 Parent Carer Support Network Calendar. 

Download here

 

We want to reach as many parents and carers that need us, as possible.
We would be grateful if you could please download and print our calendar. Ask to display it in your local GP, school and/or community noticeboard. 
Thank you.
 

Wednesday 25th September 2024 After school clubs and asthma  Asthma should not stop children getting involved in after school clubs and sports. There are lots of Olympic athletes living with asthma who have gone for gold! Join us on World Lung Day to learn how to manage your child’s asthma. Let them reach for the stars! 
Wednesday 23rd October 2024 From Hospital to Home Sometimes the scariest thing is not knowing what’s to come. Learn about what will happen if your child’s asthma gets worse and they need to go to hospital. Hear from families who have had to take their child to hospital before. Find out about how to care for your child when they leave hospital. 
Tuesday 26th November 2024 Stay well in the festive season  Many children with asthma will also have food allergies or intolerances. The festive season can be a very worrying time, with lots of parties and tasty treats for children. Speak to an allergy nurse specialist to help bust your festive food fears. 
     
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