Asthma Control Test™ for teens 12 years and older.
Know the score.
Please correct the errors described below.
If your teen is 12 years or older have him take the test now and discuss the results with your doctor.
Step 1: Write the number of each answer in the score box provided.
Step 2: Add up each score box for the total.
Step 3: Take the test to the doctor to talk about your child's total score.
What does it mean if my child scores 19 or less?
If your child's score is 19 or less, it may be a sign that your child's asthma is not under control.
Make an appointment to discuss your child's asthma score with their doctor. Ask if you should change your child's asthma treatment plan.
Ask your child's doctor about daily long-term medications that can help control airway inflammation and constriction, the two main causes of asthma symptoms. Many children may need to treat both of these on a daily basis for the best asthma control.
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