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PostPosted: Mon Feb 24, 2014 7:05 pm 
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Food Allergies in The Classroom: Using Science and Empathy to Drive Your Cupcake Decisions

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There are emotional, psychological and public health benefits to accommodating children with food allergies. These benefits are extremely important for food allergic children, but they are also significant when you consider how traumatic it may be if classmates and teachers witness a life threatening reaction. In addition, encouraging our children to be kind, compassionate and inclusive has benefits that may last well into adulthood. What kind of children do we want to raise and what kind of parents do we want to be? Let's invest in the health and well being of our classroom communities, and not sell out for a short-lived sugar high.


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