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i am a teacher at a daycare. i work with the one year olds, and the 4 year olds. in the past we had a student for a while who developed a peanut allergy, she was one years old, and my coworker and i...
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I was wondering if anybody out there had a PA child make it safely through the elementary school years without a reaction. I am losing sleep, because I envision sending my daughter off into a PB...
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My PA 1st grader informed us at dinner tonight that they did a class project with peanuts. He didn't eat them, but they were offered to everyone else in the class along with a variety of vegetables....
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A girl at my daughter's school gave her a high five at school and later that day sat down beside her at lunch and told her she had eaten a peanut butter sandwhich for breakfast and didnt wash her...
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Hi everyone, I am in need of some advice and feedback from all of you with young children in elementary school. I have a 1st grade child who entered the public school for the 1st time this year. She...
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I dropped my 2 1/2 year old off at preschool this morning and saw the moms all scrambling to sign up for something on the Halloween Party sign up sheet (why so many food celebrations, I ask)....
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Hi everyone. I am a father. My son is in second grade and has been diagnosed with a peanut allergy. He has a field trip coming up this month and the school will be providing the meals. Since I will...
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Has anyone had problems with skin reactions but nothing when ingesting peanuts? 10 year old daughter tested positive for peanut allergies, consumed snicker bar and had no reaction. Plays with peanuts...
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anyone have any advise for me my son has a severe allergy to nuts, eggs, and cataloupes... and he's going to kindergarten next september.. anything besides telling and providing an epi-pen to the...
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I'm new and SO happy I've found this forum. My 3yo DD's allergic to peanuts, she's a 3 on a scale of 1-6. She's had two reactions in the past, the second reaction was when we found out she was...
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Hi there - I am new to the forum. I will post my story elsewhere - but short form, my kid is severely allergic to peanuts/nuts. 45.6 out of 50 on allergy test. I had some days of hell, but managed to...
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I haven't been here for quite some time. My computer crashed, kids had a new school, travel.... So, I've been back tonight and I can't believe how many new members we have who just want to complain...
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Our Middle School is 6-8th grades. Foreign language is a requirement, and 3 languages are offered (Spanish, German, French). Mariah takes Spanish. In 8th grade, each foreign language teacher...
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My son is in 5th grade, and I've been dealing with the frustrations of school dealing with his peanut allergy for 6 years now...nothing new, but just as tiring and frustrating nonetheless. Last year...
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Need as many links to research about allergic reactions due to contact with residue and/or airborne reactions. Also interested in: - News articles about children who have had these types of reactions...
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Some background info: DD (TNA) attends a private religious school who participates in the USDA National School Lunch Program. The school is reimbursed for the lunches they provide, and they may or...
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DD will attend first grade next year and have her lunches at school. *IF* (and thats a big if) she were to eat the school lunch, we will need a 504 designation. (We can't get a 504 for the regular...
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Well today was our 504 evaluation meeting, the meeting which was asked for about 3 months ago before school let out. But after much discussion and a certified letter [img]http://uumor.pair.com/...
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For any of you New Jersey families, the long awaited New Jersey Guidelines for Food Allergies has finally been released. Its shorter in length than most other states that I've seen, but it gets to...

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