WHEN: Tuesday, November 3, 2015
TIME: 1 PM – 2 PM Eastern time
WHERE: Your computer, iOS or Android device
The holiday season is coming! You may have anxiety about food-centered celebrations, school events and coping with extended family who may not understand. Whether you are new to food allergies or a veteran, we could all use some strategies about how to handle the holiday season with grace and confidence.
Join Kids With Food Allergies and Sloane Miller, MFA, MSW, LMSW, for our webinar, Food Allergy Confidence During the Holidays, on Tuesday, November 3 at 1 pm Eastern.
Ms. Miller, a food allergy counselor, author, and founder of Allergic Girl Resources, Inc., will cover:
- Understanding your food allergy diagnosis
- Communicating your needs to those around you
- Forming supportive relationships to help you cope
- Mourning the loss of the holidays of your childhood
- Reframing what the holidays mean now
- Connecting with the joy of the season
We will record this webinar. If you cannot attend the live event, we will email you a link to the recording a few days after the event.
You may submit your questions in advance on the registration form.
By registering, you agree to receive email communications from Kids With Food Allergies.
We thank Mylan for providing an unrestricted sponsorship of this webinar.
About Our Speaker
A licensed social worker, Sloane Miller was born with food allergies and developed asthma and environmental allergies as a child. In 2006, she started the food allergy blog Please Don't Pass the Nuts. She is the author of Allergic Girl: Adventures in Living Well With Food Allergies. She is founder and president of Allergic Girl Resources, Inc., a consultancy devoted to food allergy awareness. She consults with private clients, the healthcare, food and hospitality industries, government and not-for-profit advocacy organizations. Ms. Miller earned her Master of Social Work at the New York University’s Silver School of Social Work and her Master of Fine Arts in Writing and Literature at Bennington College.