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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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My 8 year old daughter is allergic to peanuts, tree nuts and shellfish. She was diagnosed when she was 2 years old after touching peanut butter and tasting it. She immediately went into anaphylaxis...
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My son is 7 years old and has been severly allergic to peanuts since he was 2. He goes to a school that is peanut safe. Recently at school he had a reaction where they had to administer the epi pen...
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Hey everyone! I am just looking for support...people that understand. My son is severe PA, had his reaction on the way to see santa when he was three, he is now 7. We gave him his epi-pen, and he...
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I've been reading some discussions here and some things that i saw surprised me. I get that parents of PA children want their kids to be safe but it feels like they ask too much of the the other...
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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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We publish a frequently updated 8-page list of commonly available snacks free of peanuts, tree nuts and eggs to help keep these allergens out of the classroom. Hundreds of schools throughout the...
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This is my first time posting on here. I'm not quite sure just HOW worried I should be on this, but it still does cause some concern. The thing is, in my school, a lot of my classmates eat peanut or...
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I was wondering, how do parents keep their kids free from nuts at other places(like cafes, fast food, and public parks). My mother is allergic to bee but she will still go outside. If a child is...
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So I just got a letter from my sons school saying that they were receiving funding from the united way for the funds to have a school nurse and that after this school year there will not be a nurse...
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I am brainstorming fundraising ideas in order to purchase EpiPens for our local school district. I am a huge fan of having epipens in every cafeteria, gymnasium, art room, music room, office, recess...
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Next year my PA son will be in his fourth year at his school (2nd grade). Every year I have either been his class mom, or just attended every class party. Next year will be his last one at this...
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My niece started kindergarten this year. Her school is not peanut free and we are trying to make sure she is safe. She has the section 504 but the school is not doing much to protect her. They are...

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