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We want to make sure you, your child and your child’s school have everything you need to head back to school with food allergies. Here are some of the resources you can find at kidswithfoodallergies.org:

School planning: Get started at our school planning zone. This page has a large collection of our school resources. It includes a step-by-step planning guide, tips, articles, webinars, and information on laws and guidelines.

Allergy-friendly lunch box ideas: Our collection of allergy-friendly school lunch box ideas has a lot of recipes, nutrition tips and webinars to help you pack safe lunches your child will enjoy.

Potential allergens in craft supplies: Food can hide in places you don’t expect, like craft supplies. We put together a list of crafts and activities that might contain food allergens. Download a free PDF to share with your child’s teacher.

Save the Date: School Accommodations for Food Allergies and Asthma Chat

Mark your calendars for Aug. 29, at 7 pm EDT (4 pm PDT). We’ll host a Facebook chat with attorney, author and food allergy advocate Laurel Francoeur, Esq., on how to work with your child’s school to keep them safe. She will answer your questions on preparing the right plans and forms and working with your child’s school.
If you missed our back-to-school Facebook Live chat with pediatric allergist, Michael Pistiner, MD, MMSc, you can watch the recording. Learn how to help your child and their school have a safe and successful school year. Also, learn important tips and see live demonstrations of how to use different types of epinephrine auto-injectors.
News & Research

Kaléo Announces Epinephrine Donation Program for Public Elementary Schools

Kaléo, maker of the AUVI-Q® epinephrine auto-injector, has started a charitable product donation program for elementary schools. The program, called “Q Your School,” will provide up to four AUVI-Q® cartons to each elementary school in the U.S. every year to help them be prepared for severe allergic reactions.
The Airline Passengers’ Bill of Rights was introduced to the U.S. Senate on June 26, 2017, and includes protections for airline passengers with disabilities (such as asthma or food allergies). For the first time, airlines could be held accountable for not accommodating disabilities. If this bill passes, it could make flying safer for those with food allergies. Use our helpful Action Alert tool to send a message to your senators asking them to pass the Airline Passengers’ Bill of Rights.
Events

Free Online Course: Managing Your Child’s Food Allergies, Chapters 3 and 4


Join us for the continuation of our free online course on how to manage your child’s food allergies. Chapter 3 will cover how to find safe foods for your child. Chapter 4 will cover how to handle food allergies outside the home — at school, daycare, sports, restaurants and more. Parents, grandparents and caregivers can benefit from this course.

Upcoming classes:
Chapter 3: Aug. 28 at 4 pm ET / 1 PT
Chapter 4: Aug. 28 at 4:30 pm ET / 1:30 PT

These classes are made possible in part through sponsorship by Mylan Specialty.
Food Allergy Recalls
Alert - Food Allergy Recalls

15 New Recalls Due to Undeclared Allergens

There were 15 new recalls, including Cumberland Farms Chicken Caesar Salad (undeclared wheat), Lighthouse OPA Ranch Dressing (undeclared egg) and Aldi Key Lime Crunch Tilts (undeclared almond).
Recipes & Food
Back-to-School: A Week of PB&J Alternatives for Lunch

Back-to-School: A Week of PB&J Alternatives for Lunch

Oatmeal Raisin Breakfast Bars

Back-to-School: A Week of Milk-Free Alternatives for Lunch

Back-to-School: A Week of Wheat-Free Alternatives for Lunch

Back-to-School: A Week of Wheat-Free Alternatives for Lunch

Back-to-School: A Week of Egg-Free Lunch Box Ideas

Back-to-School: A Week of Egg-Free Lunch Box Ideas

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