Here is a list of helpful resources. These resources can be valuable when you need more information to make daily decisions to care for or advocate for your child.
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Massage Therapy. Self care is important. You must take care of yourself before you can take care of your children!
General food allergy resources: Kids with Food Allergies
Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America AAFA
Food allergy advocacy tools: for help with Getting What Your Child Needs at School. Greenlaurel Solutions, LLC resources include an e-book and software tools to help create Individual Health Care Plans and 504 Plans.
Allergy Friendly Restaurants: Allergy Eats offers an online guide to allergy friendly restaurants. It’s a database of restaurants and reviews based on how accommodating restaurants are to allergic eaters. You are encouraged to rate your favorite restaurants or find a restaurant that will meet your family’s needs!
Best Allergy Sites:Another valuable on line resource
Allergy Home: Created by two Pediatric Allergists. Provides invaluable tools, resources, and information to help you learn how to manage food allergies, prevent accidental exposures, handle reactions, and communicate with caregivers.