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Food Allergy School Staff Training Full Length Module

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Staff Training Module: What School Staff Need to Know About Food Allergies
This 30 minute module is designed to assist the school nurse in staff training and increase food allergy awareness for all school staff including teachers, food service personnel, administrators, aides, specialists, coaches, bus drivers, custodians and others. See accompanying food allergy quiz that staff can complete to receive certificate of completion.

The following states have state specific resources: Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, Michigan, Pennyslvania, and Connecticut

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Food Allergy Quiz for School Staff

This multiple choice exam can be used to follow-up on staff after completion of “Management of Food Allergies in School: What School Staff Need to Know.” A certificate of completion is available to be printed or emailed after passing the exam.

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Food Allergy Awareness for All Parents in the School Community

This 6 minute module is created to increase food allergy awareness in all parents in the school community. It highlights basic facts and the constant need for prevention and preparedness. The presentation is designed to help foster an understanding and supportive community.

What are Food Allergies? Explaining to Kids What it Means to Live with a Food Allergy

This 4 ½ minute slide show teaches elementary school age children without food allergies why kids with food allergies need to do things a bit differently. It is designed to increase understanding, encourage children to support their classmates, and discourage bullying. This resource can be used by school nurses and teachers in the classroom as well as a tool to introduce families in the school community to the basic concepts of food allergies.


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