Beyond A Peanut Flash Cards by Mind Flight

Posted on: Mon, 06/18/2007 - 2:59am
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Dina who created and produced these flash cards has contacted us and would like to hear from those of us who would use this type of training tool.
Contact her to learn more and/or purchase the product. [url="http://www.beyondapeanut.com"]www.beyondapeanut.com[/url]
I think this is a great product to use to train young children and classmates etc.
Let her know that you are from PeanutAllergy.Com and let us know what you think of the product also.

Thank you.

Stay Safe,

Chris

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posted June 08, 2007 03:09 PM
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With support from the Food Allergy Initiative I have designed a set of interactive flashcards to help teach children with peanut & tree nut allergies, and those individuals who care for them how to stay safe. The flashcards incorporate a great deal of comprehensive information and puts it into an easy to learn format. The flashcards introduce cross-contamination, the importance of label reading and always carrying emergency medication. When used in a classroom setting the flashcards have generated a greater understanding of the allergy which in turn creates a caring safer environment for our children. For adults who can not be expected to read what we have, in 10 minutes the flashcards have provided the knowledge necessary to generate a greater understanding of why such vigilance is necessary at home and in the shcool system to keep our children safe. There are 36 color coded flashcards on a metal ring. This makes it easy to hang the flashcards at home or in the classroom. For more information on the flashcards please visit [url="http://www.beyondapeanut.com"]www.beyondapeanut.com[/url]
I have spoken with Chris about this product and posting. Thank you

Posted on: Mon, 06/18/2007 - 6:05am
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Wow Chris I love the idea.
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Posted on: Wed, 08/22/2007 - 3:06pm
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I want to share a recent review of Beyond A Peanut - Allergy Flashcards. You can view the review at the below link.
[url="http://www.beyondapeanut.com"]www.beyondapeanut.com[/url] or [url="http://allaboutkidsmagazine.com/?p=984"]http://allaboutkidsmagazine.com/?p=984[/url]
Thank you
Quote:Originally posted by Chris PeanutAllergy Com:
[b]Dina who created and produced these flash cards has contacted us and would like to hear from those of us who would use this type of training tool.
Contact her to learn more and/or purchase the product. [url="http://www.beyondapeanut.com"]www.beyondapeanut.com[/url]
I think this is a great product to use to train young children and classmates etc.
Let her know that you are from PeanutAllergy.Com and let us know what you think of the product also.
Thank you.
Stay Safe,
Chris
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coopedl
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