Child Care Centers
As a child care provider, learning to recognize, reduce or eliminate potential asthma triggers in your center could make a huge difference for children with asthma.
Download the assessment from the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program to see if your childcare center is asthma-friendly.
Secondhand smoke is a common asthma trigger and exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke may cause some children to develop asthma. Take the Smoke-Free Child Care Center Pledge and declare your child care center a smoke-free zone.
Download a sample smoke-free child care policy. PDF (68 KB) Visit the Smoke-Free Child Care Centers webpage to download smoke-free child care signs.