What we do
Board of Directors and Advisory Board
Circle of Moms
Programs & Services
Food Allergy Awareness Week 2014
National Guidelines and Laws
PARENT/CAREGIVER TOOL KIT: Information and Downloads
Allergy Ready FREE Online Interactive Course
VIDEOS-How to use your epinephrine auto-injector
Posters & Visual Aids
Magazines, Books, and DVDs
Organizations & Blogs
Speaker Video Series
Creating a “Circle of Safe People” for your Child
Jamie Perillo, LPC Q #2
Jamie Perillo LPC Q #3
Jamie Perillo LPC Q #4
Jamie Perillo, LPC Q #5
What we do
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What we do
Host monthly support group meetings, open to the public, to discuss issues that families and caretakers of children with food allergies face.
Provide monthly support group meetings for children with food allergies, lead by a local child therapist. (Beginning September 2012)
Host several food allergy friendly events, open to all families in the community (Halloween, Holiday, and Spring)
Provide workshops on various topics including: food allergies basics, how food allergies impact the community, what can be done to help keep people with food allergies safe.
Provide educational materials (posters, books, DVDs) to local schools, preschools, parents and caretakers in an effort to share food allergy information with the community.
Partner with local school principals and administrators to reduce the risks of students having a reaction in school.
Advocate for training of all school staff in the administration of an epinephrine auto-injector as well as recognizing the signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis.
Set up informational booths at community events to increase awareness about this life-threatening medical condition.
Work with the local medical community to identify the needs of families dealing with food allergies.
Collaborate with local allergist and pediatrician, Dr. Gary Wanerka to ensure that all medical information supplied by our organization is approved by a trained doctor.
Hold annual fundraisers to benefits our organization
Annually, award local school, nurses, educators, restaurant owners, etc.. for their efforts to keep children with food allergies safe.
Provide programming in honor of Food Allergy Awareness Week (May)
Provide educational materials and training to local camps, childcare facilities and other organizations that request this.
Apply for grants to aid our fundraising efforts