Our Founder Shares Her Mission on Killer Food Allergies Podcast

Our Founder Shares Her Mission on Killer Food Allergies Podcast

Today’s episode is with Leah Robilotto of The Food Allergy Institute. In this episode, Leah and I discuss food allergy teasing, taunting and bullying. With an expertise in assisting schools and families through the psychological trauma that can come with food allergy management, Leah offers tips and tricks for addressing issue and concern, that benefits all sides of an issue.

How to work together to keep all students safe and included

How to work together to keep all students safe and included

As any food allergy parent will tell you, the management of food allergies can have a profound effect on a family‚Äôs life, trickling into aspects of day-to-day living, both large and small. Daily activities such as grocery shopping, cooking dinner, and preparing snacks become challenging, as food package labels do not consistently list food allergens. When dining out, families will…

What is a 504 Plan?

What is a 504 Plan?

When you hear other allergy parents and professionals talk about 504 plans for food allergies you may think that those are for children with disabilities. True, the 504 is referring to federal civil rights law, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which among other things provides you the right to have the individual needs of your child to participate in all school activities equally and safely.

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