I have a very sensitive asthmatic student that is responsible for carrying her own inhaler. Up until recently she has only had one inhaler for use at home and at school, due to financial reasons and minimally involved parents. Her asthma is not well controlled, and she often forgets to bring her inhaler to school. I have called EMS for her on one occasion when she had a severe attack, no inhaler, and parents could not be contacted. I almost had to call a second time but a parent was able to make it to school with an inhaler and nebulizer. Her parents FINALLY provided a second inhaler to be kept in the school office recently, but I still expect this student to carry an inhaler with her. I feel very strongly that due to the severity of her asthma and the fact that her parents are not helping her to remember her inhaler that she get in the habit of carrying it EVERYWHERE. She is old enough and smart enough to understand the importance of this matter. I have had countless talks with both student and parents regarding this issue, and I check in with her DAILY and she still is not consistently carrying it. I am at a loss. Any tips?