Food Allergy Awareness

Audrey ThumbnailThis week is Food Allergy Awareness Week in the U.S. and May is Food Allergy Awareness Month in Canada. Connected Parenting will be doing its part by discussing parenting issues related to raising a child with a food allergy. Stay tuned as we kick things off with a Food Allergy Edition of Mirroring Monday.

To learn more about keeping a child with a food allergy safe, visit the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network or Anaphylaxis Canada.

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  • Rhonda's Comment Rhonda Posted On: May 10th, 2010 at 4:36 pm

    Hi Jennifer: We are very excited that Canada has declared May as Food Allergy Awareness Month. To celebrate we are inviting any parents of kids with food allergies, Celiac Disease or autism for a morning of coffee and talking. Please feel free to share with your Toronto visitors. Thanks!
    http://www.allergysense.com/blog/2010/05/10/come-meet-us-and-other-parents/

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