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I've posted about this in the past, but as more of us start looking for a preschool for our PA children for next year,I wanted to post it again. There is a peanut free christian preschool now open in...
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I am starting to shop for preschools for my DD, who is allergic to peanuts and eggs. I was dissapointed when I called the local Montessori, to say the least. They said they do have other allergic...
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My child has several allergies. Peanuts,Corn, Soy, MSG, Milk, Wheat, Shellfish, Whitefish, Cats, Cedar, Grass,Cotton, Latex and Penicillin. Peanut is the severe one with shellfish and whitefish close...
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I just need some support and advice--I think I know what I need to do, but want some opinions! My son goes to a private school with, basically, no peanut policy. The school still serves peanut...
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Hi everyone, I am a student at North Dakota State University (NDSU) and would very much appreciate any help. I am looking for some feedback on a few questions about a peanut and tree nut free product...
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The school is doing an activity soon where each child decorates their own gingerbread house. The house will be made of icing and Graham crackers. I think I have figured out the house part but need...
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I am a mother of a 3-year-old boy with a very severe peanut allergy. I am also working on obtaining my degree in elementary education. I was shocked to discover recently that first aid and cpr were...
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My DS who just turned 3 has been in preschool for 2 months now, and when I picked him up yesterday afternoon found out that another parent had sent in apples covered with peanut butter for a snack...
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A new preschool (VPK) will be starting in January. It will be peanut free. If you live in Orlando or surrounding areas and you would like more info, please email me (dianne@peanuttees.com). I will be...
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Well, this afternoon I was picking up DD (3, pa) and DS (2, no known allergies) from preschool. I work very closely with our preschool...they are peanut free, I am the room mom, the kids are only...
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My ds is anaphylactic to PN and TN and attends a PN/TN safe school. Should classrooms/schools be made safer for those children with life-threatening allergies to milk or eggs, for example? Just...
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Pack up your epi-pen: It’s back to school again There is nothing more stressful for a parent than sending their child off to school with a severe peanut allergy. Protect your peanut, a Langley based...
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My son's class (in the United States) has a new pa student. We sometimes have class parties (per the teacher) and ask for donations from parents. I would like to be able to send as specific as list...
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Our homeschool co-op starts this week, and I want to email a letter to the other parents and teaching moms reminding them that my DD has PA, TNA and asthma. (The co-op is peanut free but not TN free...
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We are very fortunate that our public elementary school allows their students to carry their epi-pens on them at all times. This has been great with ds, who uses his e-belt to carry his. However,...
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http://allergies.about.com/b/2009/08/17/should-peanuts-be-banned-from-sc...
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There a few other children in our school with peanut allergies, yet I am the only parent who requires that my children have their Epi-pen out on the school yard. There are a couple of reasons for...
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Below is a link to to a brochure "Accommodating Children with Special Dietary Needs in the School Nutrition Programs. It is put out by the USDA Food and Nutrition service. I found page 25 to be very...
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