If you have a food allergy or if you are an employer or colleague of someone with a food allergy…
Life happens. Be prepared
Some days, life happens and things just don’t go right. This can be life-threatening if you’ve got a severe allergy. Being prepared and having friends who know what to do in an emergency can make all the difference. To help raise awareness about severe allergies and what to do in an emergency tag your key support team with our app.
Useful tips for people living with allergies
10 steps to keep your home safe when a member of the family has a food allergy…
Because allergic reactions can become very serious very quickly, your medication must be with you at all times…
Do your kids have friends with food allergies? Here’s what you need to know before they visit…
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Notify the school about your child’s allergy as early as possible Be clear about which foods, insect bites or stings or other allergens may trigger an anaphylactic reaction in your child. Assist them with details on
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