Toolkit for Food Allergies in the Classroom
Resources to help teachers and other educators create and maintain a safe and healthy classroom environment.
If you haven’t had a student with a food allergy in your classroom yet, odds are you soon will. For reasons that aren’t completely understood, the incidence of food allergies is increasing. One in 13 children, or roughly two in every classroom, has a food allergy.
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What is a Food Allergy
Facts about Food Allergies
How to Avoid a Food Allergy Reaction
How to Treat a Food Allergy Reaction
Food Allergy Myths
Top-9 Food Allergens
Trainings and Programs
Posters and Materials
Recognizing and Responding to a Reaction Poster
Learning to recognize symptoms and how to react can help save the life of someone with food allergies. If two mild symptoms or just one severe symptom is being experienced, give epinephrine and call 911.Learn More
Follow these recommendations to minimize the risk of accidental ingestion or exposure to food allergens in the classroom.
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.Learn More