A Beacon of Hope

I've read two recent articles from Allergic Living touching upon the feeling of embarrassment that can come along with the diagnosis of food allergies.  Both stories expressed how the two young people with food allergies who died, didn't like to make a big deal out of their allergies.  The grieving mom of the one young…Read more A Beacon of Hope

The Importance of Inclusion in a Time of Thanksgiving

  (This event took place during school hours at Thanksgiving Time, 2016) One in thirteen children in America have food allergies, according to the national allergy organization, FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education). Roughly two children in every classroom are managing this potentially life threatening medical condition at school. Out of safety concerns, children with…Read more The Importance of Inclusion in a Time of Thanksgiving