Book a call with an asthma educator
Are you waiting to see a doctor about your asthma or your child’s asthma, and unsure what questions to ask? Have you seen a doctor with concerns about asthma and left feeling like you want to know more or need more clarification? We can help. We can provide you with support between your doctor’s visits, and give you the information you need to feel confident to have a productive conversation with your doctor about your asthma, or that of a loved one.
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More about out support service
Live freely with asthma by talking to our Asthma Educators. We are trained to assist you in better understanding asthma in a way that’s both helpful and easy to understand. We use Australian best-practice asthma management and evidence-based information. Understanding asthma is the first step in learning how to manage it. 1800 ASTHMA (1800 278 462) is a no-charge service open Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. You can get in touch with us through phone, email or by booking in a call-back.
1. Book a call with an Asthma Educator at a time convenient to you using the form above
2. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Call 1800 ASTHMA (1800 278 462) and PRESS 1 to talk to our Asthma Educators
Do you need an Interpreter or National Relay Service?
Asthma Australia welcomes calls through the National Relay Service. If you are deaf, have a hearing impairment and/or have a speech impairment you can choose your access option information here and provide our phone number 1800 278 462 when asked by the Relay Officer. For more information, visit the NRS website communications.gov.au/accesshub/nrs to choose your preferred access point or call the NRS Helpdesk on 1800 555 660.
If English is not your first language, you can still call the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS National) on 131 450 and ask them to telephone the Asthma Australia on 1800 278 462.
We would like to acknowledge the support from the Australian Government Department of Health, and State Government departments of NSW Health, Queensland Health, ACT Health and Tasmanian Department of Health.