Asthma is considered to the most common chronic disease in children and adolescents imposing a burden on the health care system. According to WHO, there is an estimated 300 million people who have asthma globally with an additional 100 million by 2025. Respire+ aims to engage children with the use of an interactive screen that can measure duration, frequency, set reminders and monitor the inhaler dosage count. The inhaler uses a cylindrical shape to ensure that the product can be held firmly. There are two monitoring plates connected via Bluetooth. One of the monitoring plates is used to hold the inhaler, and the other is an interactive screen. The size and structure of the plates makes the product easy to carry and store.