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    Parents and carers of children with asthma in Victoria, Australia
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    binglis posted:
    Sometimes it can be challenging to help your kids look after their asthma and allergies, as well as manage your own worries about keeping them safe each day, right?

    We at the Asthma Foundation of Victoria want to increase support for parents and carers of children with asthma through our new project, 'Peers Leading Peers'.

    We are seeking FEEDBACK from PARENTS & CARERS to see what you want and if you are interested in more asthma support!

    Please fill out this short 5 minute survey share your views! (click on link below)
    https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/asthmavictoria_parentscarers

    For more information about asthma, see our website http://www.asthma.org.au/
    To talk with someone from the Asthma Foundation of Victoria call 1800 278 462
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