Before a school meeting on allergy accommodations, do your research –and plan how you’ll win them over.
New guidelines call for schools and child-care centers to have staff training on anaphylaxis, allergy action plans, and epinephrine available… Read more »
Looking me straight in the eye, my friend Mary told me she was not sure how she would trust again… Read more »
Here’s what I’ve learned about parenting a strong, independent young person while transitioning the job of food allergy management. It’s been… Read more »
To food allergy families, the vigilance with the pandemic felt all too familiar – from wariness of an unseen enemy to frequent hand-washing.
Bullying is a well-known problem for many food-allergic kids. New research shows that parents can be the targets of food… Read more »
What to think about to give little ones a healthy sleep. This is a sidebar to Allergic Living’s Guide to… Read more »
Regardless of what method your family chooses for getting back to school this fall, there are likely going to be… Read more »
In June, Beth Garver’s daughter Amelia, affectionately known as “Lia,” completed first grade. The New Bern, North Carolina school hosted… Read more »
Eight key areas – including food in the classroom – for food allergy parents to consider during COVID-19.