Halloween this year will have more social distancing and less door-to-door treating. So how to make sure the kids still have plenty of fun on this special, spooky day?
From pumpkin carving to mad science experiments and alternatives to treating, Ashley Smith, a support group leader with FAACT (Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connection Team), provides some wonderful ideas in this downloadable poster.
For recipe inspiration, look no farther than Allergy Living’s amazing, allergy-friendly Mummy Pops.
Planning a family party? Allergy mom Lianne Mandelbaum’s guide to a Harry Potter-themed celebration is filled with ghoulishly delightful ideas.