The National Assessment of Health Literacy documented that 47 percent of the US population demonstrate low health literacy, limiting their ability to read and understand written and printed health-related information. CTK's Asthma and COPD camps use the Science of Music And Learning to close gaps in chronic disease knowledge and improve self-management skills. Strengthen and reinforce your communication with your health care provider by learning to speak the languages of asthma and COPD. Our unique musical process helps to increase health literacy by storing evidence-based information in memory. The method that we use is an innovative and fun way to learn! Find out more about our "Music With A Message That Matters!"® CTK's camp information: ctkclinical@sbcglobal.net or call (773) 610-6022!
The National Assessment of Health Literacy documented that 47 percent of the US population demonstrate low health literacy, limiting their ability to read and understand written and printed health-related information. CTK's Asthma and COPD camps use the Science of Music And Learning to close gaps in chronic disease knowledge and improve self-management skills. Strengthen and reinforce your communication with your health care provider by learning to speak the languages of asthma and COPD. Our unique musical process helps to increase health literacy by storing evidence-based information in memory. The method that we use is an innovative and fun way to learn! Find out more about our "Music With A Message That Matters!"® CTK's camp information: ctkclinical@sbcglobal.net or call (773) 610-6022!
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"Asthma Blues"® Mini-Camp!

CTK Clinical Consultants LLC now offers a virtual Asthma Blues Mini-Camp! Address asthma knowledge and self-management challenges using “Asthma Blues”®, "Music With A Message That Matters!"®. Our unique 90 minute camp features Al Keith, BA, CRT, AE-C, facilitating CTK's evidence-based curriculum built on the music of "Asthma Blues""Asthma Blues" empowers and equips patients, families and caregivers with evidence-based guidelines, goals and recommendations outlined in Section 3, Component 2 of the EPR-3: Education for a Partnership In Asthma Care. The "Asthma Blues" study was performed using the music and study guide from "Asthma Blues" with hospitalized asthma patients at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. The study results showed a 58% increase in asthma knowledge and self-management skills. "Asthma Blues" empowers people with asthma and their caregivers with evidence-based information, delivers key concepts that help them to manage asthma effectively, and equips them with the tools to control asthma. “Asthma Blues”® is “Music with A Message That Matters!”®Registration for camp includes the Asthma Blues I music download and a PDF of the Asthma Blues Study Guide for $ 25.00 plus tax per participant. 

Health education organizations can host their own virtual Asthma Blues® Mini-Camp! Call Al @ (773) 610-6022 for more information! 501c3 organizations with proper documentation are tax-exempt.

  

Al Keith is a certified asthma educator, a graduate of the University of Chicago Respiratory Therapy Program with an Allied Health degree from National-Louis University and a licensed respiratory therapist of 36 years. Al is also an accomplished professional bassist and vocalist with 56 years of experience. 

Al Keith performs Asthma Blues at The Allergy and Asthma Network's 30th Anniversary in Washington, DC.

Pittsburgh Steeler Hall of Fame football player Jerome "The Bus" Bettis talks about having asthma and playing professional football at The Allergy and Asthma Network's 30th Anniversary in Washington, DC.

Watch the children from Camp Asthmania perform the music from Asthma Blues!