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  • CDC Translational Grant: Medicaid Asthma Home Visit Project (2009-2013)
    The goal of the study is to make the Healthy Homes Model available to all children.

  • HomeBASE: Home-based education and support intervention for reducing asthma mortality (2007-2012)
    HomeBASE was designed to assess the value of a home-based education and support intervention for reducing asthma mortality and urgent health service utilization among 420 low-income and ethnically diverse adults with asthma, ages 18-65 years in King County.

  • Medicaid Assisted Program for Children (MAP) (2007-2008)
    MAP was a pilot project to assist 240 low-income, ethnically-diverse families who have children with asthma, ages 0-17 years. The goals of the program were to help parents and children learn self-management skills such as using medication properly, what to do when asthma symptoms worsen, accessing and participating in medical care and communicating with health care providers.

  • Breathe Easy Home (2003-2007)
    Breathe Easy Home used a pre-post design to examine the benefits of a new home designed to reduce asthma triggers and improve clinical outcomes among 35 low-income children with asthma.

  • Healthy Homes II Asthma Project (2001-2006)
    Healthy Homes II looked at two main approaches to improving asthma control including the use of a Community Asthma Nurse for patient education and asthma self-management education. A third approach added structural remediation of housing for conditions that increase exposure to asthma triggers.

  • Healthy Homes I Asthma Project (1997-2001)
    A demonstration project to reduce exposure to indoor asthma triggers among 300 low-income households of children with asthma.

  • Allies Against Asthma - King County Asthma Forum (1988-1992)
    The King County Asthma Forum conducted a four year project to improve the health of children from low-income households (less than 250% of poverty), age 2 to 17 years, with persistent asthma—communities disproportionately affected by asthma.