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Teal Ribbon Scarf Teal Pumpkin Project Poster Elementary School Package: Send Education and Awareness Materials to a School
Teal Ribbon Scarf
Our Price: $20.00
A soft and lightweight teal food allergy awareness scarf! Beautifully designed with teal ribbons all over, this scarf is a perfect way to raise awareness while supporting FARE. It measures 58in x 13in This colorful poster can be used to spread awareness for the Teal Pumpkin Project. Display your poster to promote safety, inclusion and respect of individuals managing food allergies – and to keep Halloween a fun, positive experience for all.
With your $30 donation to FARE, we will send a packet of posters, educational handouts, and resources to the school or community building of your choice to help educate and raise awareness about food allergies. This packet contains materials targeted to an elementary school to help inform adults and kids in the school building about food allergies.
Middle/High School Package: Send Education and Awareness Materials to a School Food Allergy Action Hero Stickers (2 Sheets) Alexander the Elephant Coloring Book
With your $30 donation to FARE, we will send a packet of posters, educational handouts, and resources to the school or community building of your choice to help educate and raise awareness about food allergies. This packet contains materials targeted to a middle or high school to help inform adults and students in the school building about food allergies. These eye-catching stickers are a great way to raise awareness in your school, office, and community.
This coloring book includes 16 pages of Alexander the Elephant, Lenny the Lion, Sally the Seal, and other beloved characters to color. Buy one for every kid in the class! Price reduced to $2.40 per unit for orders of 10 to 19 and $1.80 per unit for order of 20 or more. Applicable discounts processed during check out.
Alexander Storybook Series Cooking Allergy-Free Everyday The Food Allergy News Holiday Cookbook
Alexander the Elephant and his charming friends have taught thousands of children who have food allergies how to stay safe and that they're not alone. This 10-book collection teaches young readers about their own food allergies through the experiences of Alexander, Lenny, Sally, and the other loveable characters as they face everyday situations - having a babysitter, eating away from home, going to school, and more. This set is intended for children ages 2 to 7. This FARE cookbook features 100 great family recipes that are sure to make everyone's mouth water. Chock-full of main dishes, snacks, and delicious desserts, it also contains a shopping checklist for a well-stocked and allergen-free pantry. Includes tips on maintaining a balanced diet. Stuffed with more than 150 tempting recipes, this cookbook offers helpful tips for substituting foods, cooking, and hosting safe celebrations throughout the year. This cookbook features FARE's most popular seasonal dishes, including meals for Christmas, Hanukkah, Thanksgiving, Easter, and other, more informal holidays. With many common allergens avoided in every recipe, this will be your first reference for festive, allergen-free recipes.
Cooking Together: Recipes for Parents and Kids Set of 5 Egg Cards, "How to Read a Label" Set of 5 Shellfish Cards, "How to Read a Label"
Filled with lots of fun activities in the kitchen, this award-winning cookbook provides a good way for parents to spend time with their kids while making tasty, allergen-free foods. Cooking with a favorite adult gives kids a sense of empowerment as they learn to take control over their special dietary needs. The backbone of food allergy management is reading ingredient labels and avoiding the foods you are allergic to. To do so, you'll need to know the scientific and technical terms that indicate common allergens. Each plastic, wallet-size card lists ingredients that contain a common allergen. Perfect for taking with you on shopping trips.  Set of 5 Egg How To Read A Label Cards. The backbone of food allergy management is reading ingredient labels and avoiding the foods you are allergic to. To do so, you'll need to know the scientific and technical terms that indicate common allergens. Each plastic, wallet-size card lists ingredients that contain a common allergen. Perfect for taking with you on shopping trips. Set of 5 Shellfish Cards.
Set of 5 Milk Cards, "How to Read a Label" Set of 5 Tree Nut Cards, "How to Read a Label" Set of 5 Peanut Cards, "How to Read a Label"
The backbone of food allergy management is reading ingredient labels and avoiding the foods you are allergic to. To do so, you'll need to know the scientific and technical terms that indicate common allergens. Each plastic, wallet-size card lists ingredients that contain a common allergen. Perfect for taking with you on shopping trips. Set uncludes 5 Milk cards. The backbone of food allergy management is reading ingredient labels and avoiding the foods you are allergic to. To do so, you'll need to know the scientific and technical terms that indicate common allergens. Each plastic, wallet-size card lists ingredients that contain a common allergen. Perfect for taking with you on shopping trips. Set of 5 Tree Nut Cards. The backbone of food allergy management is reading ingredient labels and avoiding the foods you are allergic to. To do so, you'll need to know the scientific and technical terms that indicate common allergens. Each plastic, wallet-size card lists ingredients that contain a common allergen. Perfect for taking with you on shopping trips. Set of 5 Peanut Cards.
Set of 5 Soy Cards, "How to Read a Label" Set of 5 Wheat Cards, "How to Read a Label" Be A Pal Pencils (set of 25)
The backbone of food allergy management is reading ingredient labels and avoiding the foods you are allergic to. To do so, you'll need to know the scientific and technical terms that indicate common allergens. Each plastic, wallet-size card lists ingredients that contain a common allergen. Perfect for taking with you on shopping trips. Set of 5 Soy Cards. The backbone of food allergy management is reading ingredient labels and avoiding the foods you are allergic to. To do so, you'll need to know the scientific and technical terms that indicate common allergens. Each plastic, wallet-size card lists ingredients that contain a common allergen. Perfect for taking with you on shopping trips. Set of 5 Wheat Cards. One great way to promote food allergy awareness is to use Be a PAL: Protect A Life™ From Food Allergies pencils. These #2 pencils are great gifts for students and adults alike.
Commonly Asked Questions About Food Allergies Letting Go: Teaching Children Responsibility Massachusetts/Maryland Food Services Food Allergy Poster
“What is the difference between an allergy and an intolerance?” “Will my child ever outgrow his food allergies?” These are just two examples of more than 30 common questions about food allergies that are answered in this helpful booklet. This booklet will help you begin to share control over food allergy management with your food-allergic child. It includes sections on the importance of self-esteem in helping children manage their allergies and ways to teach label reading, as well as tips for encouraging children's growing independence in handling situations involving friends and peer pressure, dining out, and carrying medications. Designed to alert food service staff to food allergy concerns, this full-color poster lists common allergen-containing foods and reminds staff to review ingredients and to avoid cross-contact during food preparation. This is the approved restaurant poster for the states of Maryland and Massachusetts.
Students With Food Allergies: The Laws Learning to Live With Food Allergies Ask Me About Alexander! Stickers
This recently revised booklet gives an overview of the most significant laws related to students with food allergies in school. It contains key points on Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act as they pertain to students with food allergies. Clear communication is the key to raising a teen who has food allergies. This booklet provides strategies for establishing rules, transferring management of the food allergies, and communicating effectively. These colorful Alexander stickers encourage discussion of food allergy at home, school, and anywhere else they are taken. They make great handouts when educating young children about food allergy!
Be a PAL Stickers Epinephrine Mate Waist Pack Just One Little Bite Can Hurt: Anaphylaxis
Be a PAL Stickers
Our Price: $7.50
These stickers bear the Be a PAL logo and are a great way to recognize those who’ve helped keep your child safe. They are the perfect way to say “thanks!”
Durable waist pack that features an expandable belt and clip; it provides a hands-free way to carry one or two Epinephrine auto-injectors! Very popular with teens because it is not big or bulky and can fit snugly around the waist. Available in black with FARE logo. If you are new to food allergies or have had a recent severe allergic reaction, this booklet is essential reading. It covers such topics as what anaphylaxis is, who is at risk, and what should be done if a reaction occurs. A great basic reference tool.
Set of 3 Food Allergy Cookbooks Stop! Remember Your Epinephrine! - Door Hangers (Set of 4) Common Symptoms of Anaphylaxis Magnet
Never forget your epinephrine auto-injector when leaving home again. These lightweight, laminated door hangers come in a set of 4 so that every door in your home or office will be covered. Adapted from our widely-used Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan, this magnet lists the most common symptoms of anaphylaxis and lists steps for what to do in an anaphylaxis emergency.