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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,
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
Did you know that FAACT has a HUGE, FREE printable resource section on their website? And, ALL of the resources and programs are FREE and downloadable for print! Wondering what you can find in this comprehensive area?
How Can Parents Best Partner with a School to Insure Their Child’s Food Allergies are Managed Safely and Successfully?
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 the educational aspects of their child’s school,
The entire month of May is Food Allergy Awareness Month with the bulk of the activities and special events taking place during Food Allergy Awareness Week, May 14-20, 2017. When we hear about food allergy awareness week
How to Effectively Communicate with your Child’s Teacher and School Administration When Managing Food Allergies
by Kristin Osborne, Founder of Virginia Food Allergy Advocates When it comes to managing food allergies at school, it is important to articulate your child’s needs at the earliest opportunity, and with thought
by Kyle Dine Gradually give more info It’s important that children know that allergic reactions are dangerous. But it’s important to be careful how much info you provide given the child’s age.
By Grennan Sims, RD, LDDistrict Dietitian, Hickman Mills C-1 School DistrictKansas City, MO In school kitchens across America, nutrition professionals read and re-read hundreds of food labels. They practice and