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Advocating for your Food Allergies and your Safety

Advocating in any social setting involves speaking up, asking for help and clarification, and being clear about your specific needs.

It is important to advocate for yourself and your own food allergies, as well as for the food allergy community. By advocating, you inform and educate others about the dangers of food allergies. Plus, you may help by teaching someone how to help a person having an allergic reaction. Advocating in any social setting involves speaking up, asking for help and clarification, and being clear about your specific needs.


By Elise Buellesbach, Emily O’Nan, Cadence Rosenblum, and Alexa Wyszkowski

Advocating for yourself and your own food allergies:
Advocating for the food allergy community:

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