When my oldest son went to kindergarten, I questioned everything. Would he miss me? How would he do on the… Read more »
Author: Gina Clowes
How to Locate the Right Summer Camp for Food Allergies
Summer camp is a memorable time, where campers learn skills, gain independence – and make friends for life. But what… Read more »
Safe at School: Navigating COVID-19 and Food Allergies
Eight key areas – including food in the classroom – for food allergy parents to consider during COVID-19.
Celebrating Easter and Passover During the Coronavirus Pandemic
With the Coronavirus, how can families celebrate Easter and Passover? We have some inspired ideas!
Food Allergies and the Cafeteria: Safe, Inclusive Options
The pros and cons of what’s right for the food-allergic child in the cafeteria. I’ll never forget the time I… Read more »
Talking with a Food-Allergic Teen: Tips to Greatly Improve Communication
Coping with your child’s food allergies is complicated enough, but parenting a teenager who is discovering his or her independence… Read more »
Calm, Cool and Ready to Epi in a Food Allergy Reaction
It’s time to get past the fear of using the life-saving medication and be ready to spring into action. My friend… Read more »
Your Allergic Child’s First Sleepover: A Step-by-Step Guide
Not long ago, I dropped my son Daniel off at new friend’s house for a sleepover party. I trusted my… Read more »
Siblings and Food Allergies: Don’t Overlook Needs of Your Non-Allergic Child
All eyes are often on your allergic child, but how is the brother or sister coping?
Food Allergies: Hot Tips For Kissing Safely
A teen needs to tell a date about allergies. Here’s how to romance, with only the right kind of reaction.