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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!

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General food allergy resources: Kids with Food Allergies


Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America  AAFA


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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.


AllergyEats DEFAULT - iconAllergy 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.


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What did you learn:

“Today’s training really helped expand my knowledge & understanding of food allergies.  I will definitely look at labels much closer.”

What did you like:

“lots of visuals and hands on participation for the staff.”  “Informal presentation – presenter obviously very knowledgeable, enjoyed family examples.”, “Speaker was informative and knowledgeable. Training was interactive with great conversation.”

Other comments:

“I applaud you and your family.  It’s amazing how you choose to take your time to educate and advocate for others.”

“I found the training to be very helpful and informative.  Looking  <at> and comparing food labels was VERY eye opening.”

“I liked hearing your personal accounts.  As a parent who hasn’t had to deal with this first hand, it really helps me empathize with those that do.”

Testimonials from Health Coaching Clients:

“Having a <health> coach makes it a more important issue so you can act on it.  Taking step #1 is what you need!”

“With thorough questioning and direction, you realize the crux of the matter and what you need to pay attention to.”

“It’s all a process.  It has to percolate and then <the issue> needs to live a life of its own.”

“Just by talking about it, cements it into your mind.  Takes it from the back of your mind and puts it in the front.”

“Helps you realize what your intentions really are.”