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It’s Back-to-school time – make sure your school is Allergy Ready.

Our online course is designed to help teachers, administrators and other school personnel prevent and manage potentially life-threatening allergic reactions.

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Do you know how to manage a serious allergic reaction?

Learn to identify, manage and prevent potentially life threatening allergic reactions by working through our online course.

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Trust the Experts

Evidence-based education and advice on anaphylaxis from health professionals and experts in the field.

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Great visuals and expert content help to explain the science behind serious allergic reactions.

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Step-by-Step Guides

Our simple tutorials will increase your knowledge, skills and confidence. You’ll learn how easy it is to use an auto-injector.

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Case Studies

Real world scenarios prepare you for the risks in the school environment. Work through practice questions and case studies.

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Certificate of Participation

Need proof of training? When you finish the course you can print off a Certificate of Participation.

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What Every Parent Needs to Know About Section 504 Plans

A food allergy may be considered a disability under federal laws, such as Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). FARE recommends that parents of children with a food allergy create, in collaboration with their school, a written food allergy management plan. One type of plan is called a 504 Plan. What is a 504 plan? [...]

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A Guardian Angel

A MedicAlert bracelet was responsible for the first fashion stand-off between my daughter, Nina, and me. She was three years old and allergic to peanuts. She did not take to the red lettering that I preferred.  “No red.  Pink. Pink. Pink. I want to wear the Pink!” (For those of you who have read the wonderful book [...]

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FARE Kids Who Care: Making School More Food Allergy Friendly

Whether eating in the lunchroom or playing team sports, navigating food allergies at school can sometimes be hard for kids. Nicole Dunham and Ryan Smith each came up with fun and positive solutions to help meet their needs at school, and in turn were able to raise awareness about food allergies and make a difference. [...]

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