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07/25/2017
...Planning is always the key to success and essential when your little one has food allergies. Let’s discuss some tips and resources to help you research summer camps for your little one to be sure both your child and the camp are properly equipped to successfully manage their food allergies. Questions that will need answers: What is the camp menu and options for allergy-friendly alternatives? Do they have a dedicated place for allergy-friendly food...
03/18/2010
...Summer camp is an invaluable childhood experience full of fun, learning and personal growth. However, for parents with children who have severe food allergies, sending your child away to camp can be very scary. How can you be sure there are safe food options? And what if there is an allergic reaction? Will the camp know what to do? These fears are legitimate but it doesn’t mean your child has to miss out on...
Living with Food Allergies Blog
07/20/2017
When a child is diagnosed with a food allergy, everyone in the family learns to meet new challenges. Your busy lifestyle requires more planning now, and you always have to be vigilant, whether you’re at home or out and about. Fortunately, Neocate has gathered information and resources written and edited by healthcare professionals that will help your child live his or her best...
01/02/2012
...Three million children are affected by food allergies in the US. Studies have also suggested that food allergies persist longer in life than was once previously assumed.1Food allergies can have a wide ranging negative effect on children and their families, affecting life at home as well as the social lives of the family. Sending a food allergic child to school, camp or any child care can be a scary task for a parent. Doctors...
06/10/2014
...wonderful nurse, she had a very successful kindergarten, and first grade year. Now that summer is here, I am encouraging her to keep up the good work, and keep her food allergy safety skills sharp and ready for second grade. Like many families, our calendar is already filled with play-dates, pool parties, camping, birthday parties, family reunions, and holiday parties. We will have plenty of great opportunities to practice her food allergy safety skills. It...
01/23/2014
...A Food Allergy Action Plan outlines the recommended actions to take if your child experiences an allergic reaction. It is important to create a Food Allergy Action Plan for your child and provide it to their school, camp, coaches, other parents, or anyone else who may need to assist your child in case of a food allergy-related emergency. If you are new to food allergies, you may be wondering where to start. We’ve compiled...
11/04/2008
...reactions on the road. Here are five tips for managing food allergies while traveling (and they ensure that you have fun!). After my son was diagnosed with food allergies, our traveling days came to an abrupt halt. To get back in the swing of things, we started slowly getting our feet wet by staying at the homes of close relatives . Gradually, we ventured out to hotels and condos. Today, we could probably camp out...
09/21/2010
...a short message, which might include a phone number. You can apply one of these food allergy tattoos on the first day of school or camp, when sending your little one to a birthday party or picnic, or just in case. We think they’d also be a great idea to use for the first week of day care or for play dates with new friends. Another idea would be to use the general tattoo to...
   
 
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