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Going to Preschool Or Daycare with Food Allergies
08/19/2009
...The first day of preschool or daycare is an exciting time for young children. It’s usually also an exciting time for parents, too! Sometimes, introducing little ones with food allergies and related conditions into a new environment can be scary. Depending on the severity of the allergy, even a bit dangerous. If this situation is one you’ll be facing soon, it is important to educate and remind your child’s teachers and caregivers about food...
09/12/2017
...Splash Flavors: Neocate Splash comes in 4 great-tasting flavors offering unmatched flavor variety to individuals on an elemental or elimination diet. ✓ Orange-Pineapple (New) ✓ Tropical Fruit (New) ✓ Grape (New) ✓ Unflavored Neocate Splash is the only amino acid-based formula that is ready-to-feed; offering freedom and flexibility to children who require an amino acid-based diet. Neocate Splash is designed to travel well and is ideal for use in out-of-home settings such as daycare and...
6 Things I wish I knew Before Starting an Elimination Diet for Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE)
09/13/2016
...substitutes are available. As with any diet change, slow and steady wins the race. Pick one or two foods at a time that you are going to change and experiment with alternative allowable foods. Try new cooking techniques. Also, take this time to inform school, daycare and anyone that may be involved in feeding your child about these dietary changes. The important thing to remember is that you or your child needs to be on...
11/04/2014
...room for your contact information, and all are waterproof, which a lot of homemade labels are not. That makes them ideal for food storage containers that you send to school, to daycare or on play dates. Not only are typical adhesive labels available, but they also offer wristbands, which are a great idea for small children. While the labels Name Bubbles sells cost more than homemade labels, Name Bubbles has committed 20% of proceeds related...
12/07/2010
For parents of children with severe food allergies, sending them off to school can be a scary thing. Not only is there a risk that they will accidentally be exposed to an allergen, but bullying is on the rise. The best way to guard against this is to educate your child’s school about food allergies, from the students to their principal and everyone in between. To get you started, we’ve put together...
06/28/2011
...or two at work, school, daycare, and/or a relative’s house. These are great because they can serve as backup in case someone forgets their daily go-everywhere auto-injectors. Just make sure you follow the recommended storage instructions everywhere you keep an auto-injector and check your backups for discoloration and expiration dates. Knowing that you have extra auto-injectors in places like this, in addition to the daily carry-with auto-injectors you have, may bring you more comfort. How...
05/12/2016
...about food allergies with babysitters, daycare providers or teachers, or with restaurant staff while dining out. View easy-to-read charts that can help identify patterns in sleeping, eating, and allergic symptoms. You can even email these charts directly to your healthcare team ahead of time! Attach images and notes to any event, such as a diaper or skin rash. No need to guess when a specific event happened, how many wet diapers your baby had that...
11/01/2017
Do you find yourself in the morning frenzy mode as you get your kids AND their lunches ready for school? You are not alone! Rushing in the morning can be stressful and potentially can put you into a lunch idea rut. To help you saygoodbye to boring and dull lunches and to help lessen some of that morning frenzy stress, here’s some inspirational ideas that you might find useful. We started this round-up...
   
 
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