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fare emergency care plan

This is the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan. In this PDF you'll find helpful signs to distinguish a severe allergic reaction from a mild allergic reaction, along with step-by-step instructions on how to handle either situation. This plan also offers detailed instructions on how to administer anaphylaxis devices such as the EPIPEN, AUVI-Q, and EPINEPHRINE injections. We recommend printing it out and keeping it on your fridge for easy access.  


Kid-Friendly Links

Courtesy of @sarahburger317 and her lovely family

Here are some videos, and articles with tips on how to communicate allergies with your child, because it's never too early to learn! 

-Spokin's 36 Skills To Teach Your
Food Allergic Child

-Kyle Dine and Friends

follow Kyle with his zany cast of puppets and music while learning about food allergies and how to handle them!

-Encouraging a Child to Eat After Anaphylaxis

CDC Guidelines for Managing Food Allergies In Schools and social Programs

This PDF is especially helpful for schools looking to modernize their food program in compliance with the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act and the needs of youth with food allergies. From methods and priorities to educating families and staff, this CDC-issued conclusive guide offers all the information necessary for ensuring your school and community acknowledge the needs of all those with allergies.