Living with Food Allergies
When your child develops a food allergy, everyone in the family must learn to adapt. FARE has information and resources that will help you to stay safe and live well—today and every day.
Heading to Camp
Whether your child attends a day or residential camp, a sports or travel camp - staff, physicians, parents and campers themselves must work together to minimize the risk of food allergen exposure.LEARN MORE
Food Allergy 101
If you are new to food allergies, you can start here with the basics of understanding the condition, as well as how to prevent and treat reactions.
More for Children with Food Allergies
When your baby is diagnosed with food allergies, it is life-changing.
Through clear communication, you can help your child understand what it means to have a food allergy and how to stay safe.
Children have unique ways of describing their experiences and perceptions, and allergic reactions are no exception. Precious time can be lost when adults don't understand what a child is telling them.
Sending your young children to preschool can be especially stressful when they have food allergies.
The only way to prevent a food-allergy reaction is to avoid the problem food. But you can’t know whether a food contains an allergen simply by looking at it.
Sometimes, it can seem like life is all about having a food allergy. Here are tips to help you take care of yourself and your relationships.
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