Level 1 Salvation Army Building, 125 Johnsonville Rd, Johnsonville 6037
PO Box 13520, Johnsonville 6440
We are open Monday to Thursday 9.00—5.00 however as we are often out on appointments please phone first.
NEAT course for Health Professionals
Our next NEAT course will be later in 2017. Dates will be advertised nearer the time both here and in our Hailer newsletters.
Asthma Wellington is proudly supported by:
Asthma Wellington is a not-for-profit organisation providing services and support throughout the Wellington region. Our registered nurses are asthma specialists and provide education and advice to individuals, families/whanau affected by asthma, COPD or other respiratory conditions. To make an appointment with a nurse, give us a call.
"Our mission is to promote the best possible health for those with asthma or other respiratory conditions and to support them and their families."
Free consultations and education to improve management of asthma or COPD
Asthma education sessions to staff and parents at schools and preschools
Emergency kits to schools
Education and updates for health professionals in the latest asthma and COPD management (a part charge may apply)
Education/information sessions to community groups
Asthma clinics to business (charges apply)
Nebuliser hire and sales
Spacers for purchase
Keeping our kids ‘Breathing Easy’
Our ‘Breathe Easy’ school and preschool programmes are aimed at keeping children safe, healthy, in school and actively involved in sports and exercise. They cater to children, staff, parents and caregivers as appropriate for age, and individual requirements.
Our Year 9 programme has been developed to enable students to get their asthma under control, before hitting that crucial and typically stressful time of exams.
Contact us today to take part in either programme.
Nurses Education In Asthma Treatment (NEAT) Course
The NEAT course is a professional 1 day (6 hour) asthma education workshop that will provide nurses with up to date information from current asthma guidelines (GINA, British and Australian Asthma Guidelines), in the treatment and management of asthma.
The course content covers pathophysiology, medications, inhaler devices, preventers and relievers, triggers, asthma and smoking, myths and beliefs about asthma, and asthma resources. This course is limited to 20 participants. Cost per person $50. Resources and morning and afternoon tea provided.