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I just moved in with my aunt and uncle. One day when my aunt was going to the school to pick up my little cousin, she noticed that he was finishing up his lunch, a PB&J. She was suddenly worried...
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Our teacher just brought in plastic donuts for making patterns with they are so adorable and do not pose a threat to anyone I think she got them from Target. They are a great alternative to...
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Throwing money at America's schools with the hope the cash loan will instantly translate into a transcendent educational experience has always been short-sighted. An education reform is the answer as...
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My daughter is 3 years old and was accepted through open enrollment into a public preschool. Once I told them she had a peanut allergy the brakes were put on. I got a call today saying they would not...
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My 1st grader's teacher just called to ask if we could consider him carrying his Epipen at school. Last year, in Kindergarten, the teachers passed the Epipen as he went to different areas. Please...
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Hi there, for what it's worth I am a mother of a 1st grader, none of my children have peanut allergies, this year will be the first year that my daughter will be exposed to a child that has peanut...
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My daughter is allergic to peanuts and eggs, and many preschools we shop are prepared to accomodate her peanut allergy, but not willing to accomodate her egg food allergy. After enrolling her in a...
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Just wanted to share. Sorry if you are already aware of this, but.... Most of the peanut-free day cares/preschools I have interviewed also have after school programs for kids in K-6. Most of those...
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I wasn't sure where to post this. There is a little boy on my daughter's after school soccer team that has severe PA. Team manager has informed us we are going peanut free (this includes items that...
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I could really use some help: My daughter's school will be offering Uncrustables as the only lunch option on Fridays starting next week. She is airborne, contact and ingestion-reactive to peanuts. To...
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I am not trying to cause an issue here - I want to make that known up front. Looking for feedback. My son, in 2nd grade, is going to be in a peanut free classroom this year. This is fine, we have...
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Posted a blog post today about being safe at school with a peanut allergy. I'm sharing it with hopes it encourages others. Here's the post: Staying Safe in Elementary School with a Peanut Allergy:...
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My 3 1/2 has a peanut and tree nut allergy and is starting school. I am looking for a care plan for the Dr to complete. Does anyone have a good one that I can print and fax over to the Dr. Thank...
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My three year old has a severe peanut allergy amoung other issues. His daycare is a "Peanut Free Zone" and we love all of his teachers and the daycare's director. I am terribly frustrated because...
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The following information was obtained from a document entitled Anaphylaxis, A Resource Document for Schools. It was produced and distributed by Nutrition...
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A daycare that we've been visiting wants us to sign a "hold harmless agreement" before registering Calista, IF they agree to let her in...Anyone ever signed this? My husband is a lawyer (daycare...
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We are considering a move to the Albany NY area...the only thing holding us back is that my daughter's current school is excellent in regards to her peanut allergy. Does anyone know of a safe schol...
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Are you constantly wiping your eyes, blowing your nose and using your inhaler to no avail? Do you have to carefully monitor what you eat to make sure you don’t have a severe allergic reaction,...
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My friend's son has a PA. At school the class made some sort of project with birdfood or birdseed. He reacted with hives on hands. Teacher told my friend ingredients just said "almonds." Friend...
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Hi Folks: I was hoping someone could help point me in the right direction. Our child is at a point that playing school sports is now a new and exciting option; and will need to travel on the school...

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