PhotoFaces of Food Allergies 2018

Loving the Playground

Loving the Playground
We would really like to have more education on food allergies in schools. Sometimes adults/kids do not realize how serious and life threatening allergies can be. Incorporating Epipen training into first aid and CPR classes would be greatly beneficial.

Add Comment

Comments (5)

Newest · Oldest · Popular
Momofthree posted:

I updated your caption. 

You can check out our School Aged Forum here. 

Can you edit it to include the lower part. That was our idea, thanks! 

Incorporating Epipen training into first aid and CPR classes would be greatly beneficial. Working in healthcare and our sons hospitalizations, have made us realize that even our medical systems our greatly uneducated when it comes to food allergies.

 

Momofthree posted:

Hi and Welcome to KFA! Your son looks like he is having a blast on the slide! Thanks for sharing!

We will be using these photos to create a picture report with ideas to help improve the lives of these Faces of Food Allergies. Do you have an idea for change to add to your photo?

Just placed it in the comments. Thank you! Let me know if you can’t view it. 

We would really like to have more education on food allergies in schools and for the general public. Sometimes adults/kids do not realize how serious and life threatening allergies can be. 

 

Incorporating Epipen training into first aid and CPR classes would be greatly beneficial. Working in healthcare and our sons hospitalizations, have made us realize that even our medical systems our greatly uneducated when it comes to food allergies. 

Hi and Welcome to KFA! Your son looks like he is having a blast on the slide! Thanks for sharing!

We will be using these photos to create a picture report with ideas to help improve the lives of these Faces of Food Allergies. Do you have an idea for change to add to your photo?

Post
Kids With Food Allergies
A Division of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America
1235 South Clark Street Suite 305, Arlington, VA 22202
Phone: 1-800-7-ASTHMA (1.800.727.8462)
-->
×
×
×
×