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Understanding Food Allergy Video
Food Allergies in the US Infographic – compliments of Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE)
Food Allergy Facts and Statistics – complete with citations from Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE). This document is my leave behind for any food allergy conversation.
Peanut Free Zone Posters – compliments of Kids with Food Allergies – A division of the Asthma and Food Allergy Foundation of America.
Food Allergy Awareness Posters – a wide and fresh collection of various awareness posters compliments of Allergy Home.
Kids Can Have Fun Food Allergy Posters – Nut free, gluten free posters and stick templates from Kids Can Have Fun.
Label Reading Poster – compliments of Gina Mennett Lee Consulting
Food Allergy Field Guide – a comprehensive getting started or as I call it, “need to know” guide including emergency action plans, information about cross contact and much more.
Frequently Asked Food Allergy Questions – a two page Q & A created by Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) to help you field questions.
Online Interactive Games
Allergy Learning Games for Kids – Find allergen match, Word Search and several other games that help educate about food allergies.
Food Allergy Kid Spot – Kids avoid allergens as they race to the finish line!
AIRepair – Tips for cleaning the air you breathe at Home, School and Play published by the Allergy and Asthma Network: Mothers of Asthmatics. Available in English, Spanish and as in online interactive tool. This tool provides valuable tips and should not be missed.
Asthma and Physical Activity in School: Making A Difference – a printable booklet for teachers, coaches and parents who want to help students with asthma participate in sports and physical activity. This booklet covers, triggers, recognizing asthma symptoms, maintenance medications, etc.
Child Care Asthma/Allergy Action Card – created by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) this card also addresses field trips.
Quick Asthma Card; Secrets of Spacers/Holding Chambers – also created by AAFA to provide you with quicks tips for optimal use and care of your inhaler spacer.
Quick Report Card for Asthma and Allergy Assessment at School – this check list created by AAFA addresses areas such as, do students have access to medications? Are leaks and mold areas fixed promptly? Are there policies for nebulizers, etc.
Managing Asthma; A guide for schools – from the US Department of Health and Human Services is a guide to assist schools in all aspects of managing students with asthma.
Online Interactive Games
Lungtropolis – The city of Lungtropolis is under attack from the mucus mob and your children will save the day while learning about asthma control. There is also a link for parents!
Quest for the Code – Learn about asthma management, triggers, controllers and more while battle famous voice over villains, such as Whoopi Goldberg, Cuba Gooding Jr and more.
Air Now; Kid’s Air – Children learn how to read and understand air quality conditions and what they can do to take good care of themselves. (in Spanish too)
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