FREE Resources for Food Allergy Awareness Week

In preparation for Food Allergy Awareness Week, we wanted to share some FREE resources with you. All of these resources are available on this blog page and by clicking on the FAAW Resources TAB on our website.

Morning Announcements for FAAW. Share these with your school principals.  There are facts to share each day.

FAAW Morning Announcements Elementary School

FAAW morning announcements-middle and high school

Tips for Coaches and Other Leaders

Our Restaurant Training Program…(coming soon).

Downloadable “You could save a life…” Poster with symptoms of an allergic reaction.  These posters are great to hang in lunchrooms and classrooms.

FRIEND AWARD:  Take time to say “thank you” to those special people that help to keep your child safe and included by downloading our  FAEN_FriendAward.


Gina Mennett Lee, M. Ed.

President, Food Allergy Education Network

3 responses

  1. I am a parent of a child with a tree nut allergy. I have invented an Epinephrine “Allergy Emergency Kit” which is intended to be hung in school lunchrooms for 24/7/365 access to Epinephrine and Benadryl. Please take a look and tell me what you think. I put my best instincts into the design, but I welcome feedback from other parents that have spent countless hours thinking about the risks and possible solutions.

  2. My 17 year old was recetnly diagnosed with food allergies…specifically “MSG” and “Natural Flavorings”…we think. It’s overwhelming at times and so uncertain as to what she should stay away from, because it’s such a “vague” category. Can anyone point me in some helpful directions to get more information?

  3. Hi Barbara,
    This is an excellent question to post on our facebook page. I will post it there as well as here and see what information we can find for you.

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