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Does your child/student carry an Epi-Pen in elementary school? Is the child actually carrying it or is a teacher/adult responsible to carry it? Does it travel around the school with him/her to...
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my daughter keeps going to the nurse in school everyday. she tells them that she is itchy. i have to come and get her. i got a call today saying her tong was itchy, but i packed her luch so i know...
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What schools if any in the Great Falls school district are respectful and easy to work with? From past experiences which should be avoided?
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Looking For Policy on School Hand-Washing If anybody knows of research or studies done on the use of hand-washing or wipes for all students after lunch to protect students with food allergies, please...
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I would like to know what people are doing with the following school form, Authorization for Storage and Administration of Prescribed Medication, which indemnifies the Board of any negligence or...
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I use these forms for my son and I print one for each teacher in his elementary school. It saves me from second guessing if any teacher doesn't understand that he has allergies and asthma and it also...
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I am new to this group. My son is starting middle school next yr. He is only 10 and has severe allergy to peanut, all treenuts, eggs and some seeds. The school nurse suggested that i teach him how...
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I have a seven year old that has a severe peanut allergy. Normally his school has in the past been ok with his allergy. This year I fear that the school is going to be a little less tolerant of his...
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My 4 yr old son is highly allergic to peanuts and started pre-k last week. Prior to him starting we spoke with the principal and she told us signs would be put up for a peanut free zone and assured...
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My 9 year old son has a severe peanut/tree nut allergy. He is also highly allergic to eggs, dairy, wheat, oats, barley, rye, sesame, and garlic. He has successfully made it through preschool and...
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Hi, my 18 month old son just had a severe allergic reaction. At the babysitters he was given a peanut butter sandwich and he'd never had PB before. I was called to come get him from work as he had...
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My little guy with a PA is turning 4 next month and I am sending him to preschool. This is a little anxiety invoking since he has been pretty much under my watch since he was diagnosed with his PA at...
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My daughter will be entering preschool this year and I'm concerned with the snacks and food brought into the classroom. I want to get her a Peanut/tree nut allergy bracelet. What are the...
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Hello :) When should parents opt to homeschool instead of public (brick and mortar) school? My daughter is able to attend Kindergarten this coming school year. I was wondering what are the thoughts...
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I'm under the impression that neighbourhood plays a big role in just how PA aware the local public school is. The "better" the neighbourhood the more likely you are to have a school that takes it...
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Our school district will consider eliminating all food at birthday and holiday parties held in classrooms. In order to get it passed the board, I need to provide them with some solid and great...
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Hello! My child has a severe peanut allergy and will be in first grade in the fall. I was thinking for this upcoming school year that I could suggest to her first grade teacher to do an educational...
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My 6 year old daughter is highly allergic to peanuts and tree nuts and will be finishing kindergarten soon. Her school is not peanut free (which I have mixed feelings about but have come to terms...
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Does anyone have any recommendations for an advocate and/ or legal counsel that has e experience with 504 plans in the public school system. (West suburbs of Chicago) Thank you!
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My son will be starting kindergarten this fall in a school in California. Can anyone tell me where to find information on if he is legally allowed to carry his epi pen on his person? I filled out a...

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