What do I do if a school-aged child has an asthma attack at my house?

Asthma. Obtain an asthma action plan from the child's parent, find out what triggers the asthma and keep them away from it at your home, and require them to have their rescue inhalers whenever they visit your home. Worst case scenario, call 911 if they have an attack and you are unsure what to do.
Plan ahead. It is best to know something about asthma and how to use inhalers, and to be sure that the child has their rescue medication and asthma action plan with them when visiting your home. The parents should also explain what to do before the child starts visiting your home on a regular basis, so you're prepared for whatever might happen., .