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My son was diagnosed with PA about 4 weeks ago. I have almost finished reading the book "The Peanut Allergy Answer Book" which has been a great source of info for me. I am a little confused on a...
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My severe pn allergic daughter starts at anew school next year for 4th grade. Up to now she has had a pn free classroom. The new school does not want to do this. The kids will be eating a snack...
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Just wandering how everyone else handles there childs epi-pen at school do they carry them with them at all times? Are they kept in the nurses office? ect...
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According to the Food Allergy Initiative, the much anticipated "food allergy guidelines" book for New Jersey public schools will be available online and made available to schools in June. I'm not...
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I am just looking for information here. How many of you allow your child to ride the bus to and from school, and how many of them carry their epipen? If your child does ride the bus, does the bus...
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It's that time of year again....UGH! Don't get me started on these food rewards...the county we live in is into it big time. If the kids read 5 out of the 6 months of "Book Its" (Don't get me...
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Well, my son's school has decided to have their 5th grade class do science projects and have a science fair at the end of May (like we needed this with the year winding down!). He is able to pick...
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My son's second grade class is going to be dissecting owl pellets for science class this week. If you've not heard of this rather gross but interesting project, the kids are given owl pellets (...
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I am up because I can't stop thinking about the school my son is switching to. He is in the third grade and he will be attending a local elementary school. The main concern I have is that the school...
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My son is in the first grade at a private school (aka no 504 program). It has been a battle this entire year to get him to eat his lunch, which I pack for him every day. I mix it up...different...
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My son's teacher told me today that he was speaking out about his food allergies and what he could not have or be around. He told a boy yesterday that he could not have the chocolate ice cream at his...
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We are trying to decide whether public school will be worth the fight or whether private school is the way to go. My son starts kindergarten this fall. We met with the principal and nurse at our...
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Hello everyone! Newbie here....you guys have given me so much comfort in knowing that we are not alone. We are thinking of moving to Greensboro, NC and would like to find some peanut free schools...
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I believe that anything sponsored by the school should be open to all students. As Ontario has the anaphylaxis act for schools and in my dd's school board's anaphylaxis policy it clearly states that...
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My children came home today with a Time For Kids titled "Living with Allergies". Below is the link: [url="http://www.timeforkids.com/TFK/teachers/wr/0,27955,080328,00.html"]http://www.timeforkids.com...
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Hi, My son starts kindergarten this year and I just found out that the epi-pen is kept locked in a cabinet in the office. When I voiced concern (informally at the kindergarten round-up) I was...
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My son is heading to kindergarten in the fall and I am just beginning to speak to the school about epi pens on the bus. Just wondering what most are doing......is there an epi pen on the bus with...
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I'm in the process of registering my son for kindergarten. We have our allergist's letter, and I'm going to request a copy of his CAP RAST results indicating a severe peant allergy as well as a...
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Like to get some opinions.... Quick run down~ A letter went home to all parents in a classroom notifying them of a life-threatening PA in class...can die from exposure. Do not send in peanut...
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now what... I asked the school they said I need to get a form fromt he Dr. The Dr said the forms come from the school and he fills them out with a diagnosis. so who is right or where do I start...

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