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Education Programs & Training

FARE Webinars

FARE hosts free educational webinars with leading experts discussing the food allergy topics YOU most want to hear about.

Upcoming FARE Webinar

Accommodating Students With Food Allergies in an Age of Increasingly Complex Health Conditions and COVID-19

July 16, 2020

Speakers: Cathy Raisher, RN, BS, NCSN and Elizabeth McDermott, BA, BSN, RN, NCSN

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Upcoming FARE Webinar

Q&A on College Dining During COVID-19

July 28, 2020

Speakers: Terri Brownlee, Gina Forster, Jill Hamilton, Laura Lapp and Tina Reddington

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Recent FARE Webinar

The Microbiome and Food Allergies

June 24, 2020

Speaker: Wayne Shreffler

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Whether you're living with a food allergy or supporting those with food allergies, these webinars provide useful information to help navigate the world of food allergies.

Living with Food Allergies

Whether you're newly diagnosed or you've been managing food allergies for years, FARE is here to support you. Find webinars for children, teens and adults navigating food allergies.


One in 13 children has food allergies—that’s about 2 in every U.S. classroom. Everyone from the school nurse to the cafeteria staff plays a role in creating a safe environment for students with food allergies. These valuable webinars will help your school team understand the importance of food allergy management.

Colleges & Universities

Food allergies are a critical issue for colleges and universities. These webinars will help you learn about best practices and resources for getting started.

Healthcare Providers

If you are a physician, nurse, dietitian or other health professional, FARE is here to help. Explore these webinars to help you support your patients.

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The FARE website was my go-to place when my daughter was first diagnosed over a decade ago. Now that her needs have changed, as she has grown, I can see that FARE is in step with those of all ages and stages."

Lynn, food allergy mom

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