May 5, 2015 – It was the food allergy law that became famous across North America, and the hope born from tragedy. Ten years ago this month – May 16, 2005 – a legislative bill to accommodate students at risk of anaphylaxis in their schools in the province of Ontario was put to a final… Read more »
The case of the Knudsen family versus a daycare in Iowa gained national attention last year.
A checklist for any student with food allergies preparing for college.
Living away at university can be daunting for special-diet students. But the good news is – from custom meals and free-from stations to accommodating dorms – campuses are starting to get with the allergy-friendly program.
A Food Allergy Task Force can be your greatest ally in the fight to keep your child safe at school. Learn what it is and how to set one up in your school district.
After years on the table, the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Management Act was finally passed. Allergic Living highlights what FAAMA means for American students at risk of anaphylaxis.
School should be a safe environment for all students. Learn how to advocate for safer school environments with stricter food policies.
When her peanut-allergic son started kindergarten, one mom learned how to manage her fears by educating and trusting others to keep him safe.
Many schools are using older students as lunchtime monitors for younger kids. For parents of children with food allergies the practice seems like an accident waiting to happen.