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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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I'm in the process of gathering information to present to the principal of the school my daughter will be attending next year. One question I had is: when listing your child's symptoms, how do you...
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[b]504 Problems Civil Rights' Violations OCR -- Office of Civil Rights[/b] For those desiring assistance or more detailed information with these ([i]or any other[/i]) issues so far as LTFA (Life...
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Posting this because I noticed the original link has changed. It helped a lot when I was doing my 504. It was created after a Massachusett's student died at school. It is a great doctrine and I...
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My nine year old PA daughter was allowed last year to invite friends to sit with her at the peanut free table. This year they are not allowing her to do that because some new children came to school...
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I thought I may have read about this somewhere. Can't seem to figure out where. But a few of us in town were thinking of forming a sort of "Allergy Moms Lunch Monitor Volunteer" where allergy...
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Thought I'd share the flyer I have made for all staff at the school. This is intended for everyone, especially those who are not trained in Epi but need to know who he is, what the symptoms are and...
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Hi! My son has tree nut and gelatin food allergies and in 1st grade. There is one other child in his class with a peanut and tree nut allergy. We parents have chosen not to make the room nut or...
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Can you please share with me what kind of annual training your child's school staff gets in regards to identifying and treating allergic reactions? I am still in shock that our district does not...

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