After seeing so many children suffer from asthma attacks daily at a school in the South Bronx, Ms. Yocheved Bat-Imedt, an RN in emergency rooms and schools at the time, decided that it was time to implement a change. Over thirty years ago, she came up with a solution. Today, she is sharing her one-of-a-kind protocol and training for asthma first aid with you via an online tutorial. Learn more at


(New York, NY) June 29, 2020

FAFAA-First Aid for Asthma Attacks, LLC is offering an online course to become certified in Asthma First Aid Training. The tutorial teaches you while waiting for medical attention, the steps to take to assist an asthmatic having an attack. This protocol has already successfully helped save many lives.

During Yocheved Bat-Imedt’s time as a school nurse, she spent 2 years at a school in the South Bronx, where there were 35 children who had asthma. Every day, it seemed that she was sending a few children home because they were having asthma attacks and she was not authorized to provide medication. This frustrated her.

She had created this unparalleled protocol, FAFAA- First Aid For Asthma Attacks, and had been using it with her ER patients. After every treatment, she saw an improvement, and thought, “Why can’t I use my system to also help the asthmatic school children that were always being sent home?”

“I really wanted to bring this to the school,” Bat-Imedt said. “So, with the help of the principal, fellow nurse Harriet, the parents, and the asthmatic students, I was able to successfully initiate the FAFAA protocol.”

Soon she saw a decrease in students sent home for asthma attacks. By the end of the second year, she found that with her protocol in place, during that entire year, only two children got sent home. One of those children include a student who used to be sent home every day for asthma.

The FAFAA protocol follows a three-step integrative holistic asthma plan to help relieve asthma symptoms and prevent escalation while waiting for medical response to get to you. This approach works even if you do not have a rescue inhaler at your disposal.

If you or a loved one suffers from frequent asthma attacks, this protocol just might save your life. You can find more information at the First Aid for Asthma Attacks website:

About Ms. Yocheved Bat-Imedt: Yocheved Bat-Imedt, the founder of the protocol– FAFAA-First Aid For Asthma Attacks, LLC– is a Registered Nurse, Holistic Health & Healing Arts  Practitioner as well as Holistic Asthma Consultant. She has over 40 years of experience in researching and promoting holistic health and healing.

About FAFAA-First Aid for Asthma Attacks, LLC: FAFAA is a limited liability company that offers online tutorials. The courses provide clear and simple steps to teach people of all ages, and abilities how to help save an asthmatic’s life during an attack— even if no available inhaler. Ms. Yocheved Bat-Imedt built the company based on the need for a protocol to exist that could provide first aid to asthmatics in distress.

Contact Info:

Name: Ms. Yocheved Bat-Imedt, CEO

Organization: FAFAA-First Aid For Asthma Attacks, LLC

Address: 467 Central Park West New York City, New York 10025

Phone: (347) 916-8472