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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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Please join us @mghfc #Foodallergybootcamp May 20, 12-1 MGH Blum Center www.massgeneral.org/children/food-allergies/food-allergy-management-boot-camp.aspx
We'll discuss parallels between #foodallergy #anaphylaxis and traffic safety.
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Are you interested in learning more about children's allergies and how to create a support group to help manage them? Are you curious about the high-caliber science research projects produced by our high school students? Then come hear our keynote speaker and our students present at the 2019 Science Research Symposium at Oyster Bay High School, May 22 at 7:30 p.m. A community forum hosted by Dr. Michael Pistiner will precede the symposium at 6:15 p.m. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sunday is the day!
To round out Food Allergy Awareness Week, this event is on Sunday at 3 in Cohasset. All are welcome to come and learn more about food allergies. Suggested ages 8 +

Free registration: www.eventbrite.com/e/food-allergy-awareness-event-at-first-parish-tickets-59454402719

This event was made possible through a Community Outreach Award from Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE).
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May the 4th be With You!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 FOURTH BE WITH YOU. For more on recognizing and dealing with allergic emergencies check out the archived "Food Allergy Boot Camp" session: www.massgeneral.org/children/food-allergies/food-allergy-management-boot-camp.aspx ... See MoreSee Less

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Dear Massachusetts Food Allergy Community,

We need you to rally behind S. 255, An Act to Establish Food Allergy Plans. This will support all MA students (those with known and unknown food allergies). We need you to reach out to your legislators to co-sponsor and support this. Please follow the links for a template letter/email and how to find your legislators. Pass this along!Dear Massachusetts Food Allergy Community,

We have an amazing opportunity to support all students with food allergy as well as students and staff that may have first time allergic reactions. S. 255, An Act to Establish Food Allergy Plans in School may soon be considered by the MA Committee on Education.

We need to be ready and need broad co-sponsorship from your senators and representatives. Please reach out to your legislators by phone or email and request support and co-sponsorship. malegislature.gov/Search/FindMyLegislator

Please feel free to use this template and share with relatives, friends and all that care for our MA students.

www.dropbox.com/s/jryx1znnfkmrvpm/S%20255%20Template%20to%20local%20legistlators%20.docx?dl=0
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