Your Back-to-School Resource Hub
Grab your pencils and get ready to take notes because FARE is here to help you fill your backpack with renewed confidence as you take on the new school year.
Toolkit for Food Allergies in the Classroom
Resources to help teachers and other educators create and maintain a safe and healthy classroom environment.Learn More
Prepare Your Emergency Care Plan (ECP)
Creating and reviewing an ECP is one of the most important steps on your back-to-school checklist. Signed by your doctor, this customizable form lets everyone knows what to do in case of an emergency.Learn More
Back to School with Food Allergies Checklist
Getting ready for school can be overwhelming. FARE has compiled lists of who to talk to, what documents you need and how to best prepare you and your child with food allergies for a confident return to school this year.
Addressing Your Back to School Concerns
Here are resources that address the top three topics that parents from the food allergy community told FARE would help them feel safer sending their kids back to a classroom this fall.
Food allergy families know the value of diligent hand washing. Reinforcing the need for soap and water is critical. Download this poster to display in classrooms or common areas to remind children how best to wash their hands, especially before and after touching food.
These approaches to cleaning and disinfecting can help prevent unintentional exposure to food residues and the transfer of food proteins between allergy-causing foods and safe foods. Download a PDF resource with this information in English or Spanish.
Will you know what to do if a student has an allergic reaction? Take this free 10-minute course to learn more about anaphylaxis, its causes, and the proper emergency responses to keep students safe.
Help Us End Food Allergies – Together
Your generous tax-deductible gift will fund critical research to treat and find long-term solutions for food allergies while providing vital support programs for those who are living with physical and emotional stress. Thank you for propelling the food allergy community toward a brighter tomorrow.
Students and parents share how they have tackled some of the unique challenges faced by students with food allergies and offer advice to help other families do the same.Watch Now
Resources for Parents
Check out these essential resources to help ensure your child’s individual needs, in relation to the evolving school environment, are met.
Resources For Every Age
Navigate the unique challenge of younger children with food allergies.
Help your child and the 5.6 million others living with food allergies attend school safely every day.
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