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Food Allergy Internet Resources for Schools and Nurses

Food Allergy Management and Education St. Louis Children's Hospital

Safe at School and Ready to Learn: A Comprehensive Policy Guide for Protecting Students with Life-Threatening Food Allergies National School Boards Association

Anaphylaxis Planning Algorithm National Association of School Nurses

List of Published Statewide Guidelines for Schools to Manage Food Allergies: Currently only 13 states have published guidelines (AZ, CT, IL, MD, MA, MI, MO, NJ, NY, TN, VT, WA, WV) FAAN

Massachusetts Food Allergy Guidelines: Managing Life Threatening Food Allergies in Schools MA Dept of Education

School Guidelines for Managing Students with Food Allergies FAAN

Preparing Your Food Allergic Child for School & Other Helpful Tips (1 page pdf) COFAR

Resources for Preparing Your Food Allergic Child for School & Preschool KFA

Safe@School™ with Food Allergies: An Overview on How to Prepare Sending Your Child to School KFA

Working with Schools in Managing Your Child with Food Allergies FAIUSA

How an Allergist Can Help Schools Prepare for Your Food-Allergic Child (Interview with Dr. Pistiner) KFA

Managing Food Allergies: Keeping Kids Safe at School KFA

Is Your School Food Allergy Smart™? KFA

Field Trip Tips for Parents and Teachers FAAN

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