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At AllergyHome, we are part of a community striving to keep our kids with food allergies strong, safe, and healthy.
We know the challenges that come with managing pediatric food allergies and life-threatening anaphylaxis.

Sharing expert-guided knowledge, experiences, and tools, you can be assured that AllergyHome’s resources can assist you in protecting and empowering your children and community living with food allergies.

From the comprehensive Living Confidently with Food Allergy handbook to the school staff training module to food allergy case studies, AllergyHome is here to support you.

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Do you need help educating your schools about food allergy and anaphylaxis? Here's a flyer outlining AllergyHome resources created to share with your school nurse: www.allergyhome.org/schools/files/2014/08/School-Nurse-FLYERSept-2014.pdf ... See MoreSee Less

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Tools for Schools to implement the CDC Food Allergy Guidelines and safely manage food allergies. ... See MoreSee Less

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Anaphylaxis is severe life-threatening allergic reaction. It can start with mild symptoms and quickly progress. Epinephrine is a medication that is the 1st line treatment of choice for anaphylaxis. It works quickly but in many cases is temporary. Always have your auto-injectors and your anaphylaxis emergency care plan available. Know how and when to use the auto-injector. Discuss #anaphylaxis and epinephrine with your healthcare provider. MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU. ... See MoreSee Less

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Label reading is key and getting children involved in age appropriate ways can empower them. For tips to involve children see link in comment box. ... See MoreSee Less

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Myths can get in the way of treating anaphylaxis appropriately. Anaphylaxis Myth:"Antihistamines should be given first."
Anaphylaxis Fact: Epinephrine is the 1st line treatment for anaphylaxis and delays can increase the risk of death. For more myths, additional resources, references and downloadable posters see 1st comment box.
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