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My PA/TA son is starting kindergarten in 2 weeks. I've got the 504 and I feel like medically everything is in place that can be, despite the fact that I get the impression that I am considered a...
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My son has been living with a peanut allergy since he was 15 months old. He is now in second grade and attending public school. We've had issues in the past with them isolating him because he was...
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Allergic friends, I need to know how everyone feels about this. Last night a friend on FB posted one of those If I cant bring Peanuts to school why can your kid bring in diseases because they are not...
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I'm an investigative reporter looking into how epi pens are managed (or mismanaged) in public schools (specifically interested in NYS, but also open to hearing about elsewhere). Any parents out there...
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I would like everyone to post schools that they know are peanut free. Put as much info as you know about them. I know there are a lot of them in the United States and Canada. I would like to see if...
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Hello Everyone: I have a quick question in hopes of some feedback. Back in 2003 or 2004 I think, there was a family who had a dispute with their child’s school regarding food allergies and had to...
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Does anyone know if there are peanut free preschools in Salt Lake City area? Thanks!
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My DD14 was diagnosed with a peanut allergy this past summer, she has also been advised to avoid tree nuts because when she tried cashew butter it gave her a stomach ache. She is traveling with...
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I took my older son (5years old) for the food challenge at the hospital today (he had two reactions at 4 years old when he got a rash and puffy eyes after skin exposure to peanuts and was sick (no...
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Just moved to a new school district. Previous district provided a peanut free classroom and several other accommodations with no problem, it was not a peanut free school. I contacted the new school...
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I have read that there is a possibility that art supplies in schools may have peanut products in them. Does anyone know of any specific art supplies containing peanuts or peanut oils? It would help...
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.... and I'll tell you why. I got to thinking about this....A LOT. My older son, PA/TNA, is entering 3rd grade. My younger son, EA, is entering kindergarten. I can't go into detail about what is...
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... a disservice to YOU, YOUR SCHOOL, and, above all else, YOUR CHILD. Having just been through the process of obtaining a Section 504 Designation for my 5th grade daughter, I have developed very...
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My daughter's school has a peanut-free table but this only isolates the child with the disability, not the contaminate. Once she goes on the playground, she is exposed to all of the peanut oil that...
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FAAN used to this fantastic resource called the School Food Allergy Program which outline FAANs recommendations on managing food allergies in a school environment. Additionally, it was explicitly...
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Your snowflake has ruined it for everyone. The teachers are so nutty about nuts....even granola bars are banned. You helicopter parents who didn't make the choice to give peanut butter at a young age...
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Hello All I would like to introduce myself. My name is Evan Zucker and I own Zuckerbakers Bake Shop in Wantagh, NY. We are a kosher, peanut free, tree nut free, sesame free, dairy free bakery. We as...
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Hi, I am working on organizing an educational group that will be meeting weekly. In this group I have 1 child with anaphylaxis to peanuts and 2 families with skin issues. We are trying to workout...
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My daughter with a severe peanut allergy is in the 2nd grade. We have the epi pen at school, the principal is aware of her allergy and we started off the school year with a talk with the nurse and...
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Hello, How does one go about getting a 504 plan in place? What is the process? Thinking about getting one for my pn allergic daughter who starts kindergarden next week. Thanks
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