Blog Entries - 'School'
by Tamara Hubbard, MA, LCPC We're all familiar with the term self-esteem, but it can be hard to describe it in a concrete manner. In the simplest of terms, self-esteem is a positive sense of
Who’s looking for Non-Food-Fun treats this Valentine’s Day? Or for school parties? Join The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connection Team, FAACT for Non-Food-Fun this Valentine’s Day in EVERY U.S. Walmart! Once
by Lisa Horne, Founder of Food Allergy P.I. Blog As a mom, especially a stay-at-home-mom that is a food allergy mom AND a homeschool mom…sometimes I just love to get away and walk the aisles of my local Walmart.
by Susan Kelly, BSN, RN I’m writing this as both a registered nurse who works for an allergist, and also as a food allergy and EoE mom for over a decade. Nurses are caregivers, teachers, advocates, scientists,
by Alison Grace JohansenIf you’re a food allergy parent like me, you’re undoubtedly in full back-to-school preparation mode. You’ve probably been planning for quite a while now. Whether we’ve
How Can Parents Best Partner with a School to Ensure Their Child’s Food Allergies are Managed Safely and Successfully?
by Lisa Musician, RD, LDN(Reshared from August 2017) For anyone sending a child off to school, it can be exciting, worrisome and challenging, especially when your child has a food allergy. Most parents are focused on
by Tamara Hubbard, MA, LCPC As a parent, there are days that are etched in your mind forever. The day your children were born. Their first words. Their first steps. Their first days of school. But when you’re the