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Nut allergies and School – Lessen the Risk
Is your school aged child allergic to peanuts or tree nuts? Sending your child to school, whether it is for the first time or to be in a new class, is very nerve wracking isn’t it? Add food allergies and we (parents) feel we are going to explode from worry. At least I do and so I am very proactive about our son’s food allergies and the care needed for him to be safe at school. Giving care is a priority so our food allergic students everywhere can receive an equal education.
Speaking of nut allergies and giving care we were introduced to a new website called ‘Backup Care’. It is for caregivers (parents and grandparents included) who care for just about anyone at any age. What I like about the site is resources and how to create a back up plan when the caregiver is not available. This is a great site to learn about readiness to handle problems while giving care. Take a look and bookmark the website to use as a reference. I know I did.
BACKUP CARE – talks about nut allergies and schools – click on their logo to read all about it-
Enjoy and Cheers!