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Resources for Families to Help Manage Food Allergies in Schools

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Massachusetts Food Allergy Guidelines: Managing Life Threatening Food Allergies in Schools MA Dept of Education
School Guidelines for Managing Students with Food Allergies (Or view guidelines as PDF) FAAN
Section 504 and Written Management Plans FAAN
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
Accommodating Children with Special Dietary Needs: USDA Guidelines for School Food Service Staff (59 page pdf) USDA
Legislation about Food Allergy Guidelines and Epinephrine in Schools FAAN
Ten Tips to Develop A Healthy Partnership with Your School KFA
Working with Schools in Managing Your Child with Food Allergies FAIUSA
Food Allergy Discussion Guide: Topics to Discuss with Your School About Food Allergies (PDF Format) KFA
School Planning for Food Allergic Children Forming Partnerships with the School, Coordination of care, School Policies, IHP, Section 504 KFA
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
How to CARE for Kids with Food Allergies: Food Allergy Training Guide for Schools KFA
Tools for Educating about Food Allergies in Elementary Schools FAAN
A Personal Story About Planning for Food Allergies at School KFA
A Teacher's View About Planning for Food Allergies at School KFA
Resources for Preparing Your Food Allergic Child for School & Preschool KFA
Preparing Your Food Allergic Child for School & Other Helpful Tips (1 page pdf) COFAR
Safe@School™ with Food Allergies: An Overview on How to Prepare Sending Your Child to School KFA

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