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Food Allergy Resources: Managing Food Allergies

Managing Food Allergies

Managing Food Allergies


How to keep your child safe when you travel, eat out at restaurants, attend parties and more. These tips will help you manage food allergies at home and beyond.

Checklist for Managing a Food Allergy Lifestyle

This is a must-have checklist for parents of children with food allergies! By adding these habits into your lifestyle, you can effectively manage food allergies.

Disaster and Emergency Preparation for Families with Food Allergies

Many families are masters at managing daily life with food allergies, but few are prepared for emergencies such as major weather events or power outages. These tips can help ensure that your food allergic child's needs will be met during an emergency.

Hiring a New Baby Sitter for Your Food Allergic Child

How can you ensure your child stays safe under the watch of a new babysitter?

Printable Peanut-free Signs for Peanut Allergy

Keep your peanut allergic child safe by downloading a peanut-free poster.

Speak to the Restaurant Manager About Food Allergies Before Your Visit

Before visiting a restaurant, take precautions to ensure your food-allergic child's needs are met.

Teens and Kids with Food Allergies Need to Be Careful About Kissing

Kissing (ranging from passionate to a peck on the cheek) can prompt an allergic reaction.

The Food Allergy Awareness Act Increases Food Allergy Awareness in Massachusetts Restaurants

Michael Pistiner, MD MMSc, and medical advisor to KFA, has been on a mission to make dining out safer for kids with food allergies. For years, food allergy advocates have been encouraging legislation directed at restaurant and other eating establishments — but food allergy education has not been a requirement in the U.S. until recently.

Top 11 Organization Tips to Managing Food Allergies

One KFA member shares organization strategies to help you manage your child's food allergies.

Vigilantly Watch Your Young Food-allergic Child at Parties

In a party situation, do not assume other adults will follow your instructions not to feed anything to your child.




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Page last updated 01/30/2011

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