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Share your story with us – do the Asthma Discovery Survey

ASTHMA Australia wants to know what life is like for Tasmanians experiencing breathing problems and asthma, in the 2023 Tasmanian Asthma Discovery Survey.

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.

The information we provide to people is well-researched and evidence-based.

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.

“Everyone experiences asthma differently,” Asthma Australia project coordinator Jess Tyler said.

“What works for you in managing your asthma? What challenges do you face? How could your quality of life be improved? We want to learn more about personal journeys with asthma in Tasmania.

“If you have asthma or breathing problems, care for someone who does, or work in this space, we are interested in hearing from you.

“There are many ways you can take part and make your voice heard. We’re running a quick and easy online survey, or you can register for one of our community forums.

“Alternatively, you can simply send us a text or email and we will call you back so that the phone costs are on us.”

To take part in the survey visit www.asthma.org.au/tasdiscovery; call or text 0474 654 555; or email jtyler@asthma.org.au

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