Kyle Dine’s lesson’s learned from his advocacy work with allergic and non-allergic kids.
[Updated October 2017.] Thanks to a Tennessee mother-of-two, Halloween is getting more teal and far less spooky for children with food allergies. It was in the fall of 2012 that Becky Basalone, the director of a local food allergy support group, first had the bright idea of painting a pumpkin teal, the color of food allergy… Read more »
3 free posters for food allergy awareness.