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We all need a little help sometimes. Perhaps you’re a parent dealing with your child’s food allergy diagnosis, in Minnesota or elsewhere. Maybe you’re a childcare provider or school navigating the everyday challenges with food allergy safety and policy development. Or, you’re an individual dealing with the stress of life’s unexpected challenges — you don’t have to go through it alone.

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From the Blog

My Son Forgot His Epinephrine: A+ Problem Solving

The title pretty much tells it all doesn’t it?

There isn’t a quick fix to this problem, is there? There isn’t a handy dandy saying to help you, like “Stop, Drop and Roll.” You can’t cross your arms like Jeannie, blink and have Epinephrine in hand.

Key to solving a problem? Staying calm and think about your options.

Key to solving a problem? Staying calm and think about your options.

My son is a Student Council representative. In this role, it requires him to be at school early in the morning for meetings or to work at the school store. Per his Anaphylaxis Action Plan our son is not permitted to regularly self-carry his epinephrine, only under certain conditions defined by his parents. Student Council is one of those conditions where we permit him to self-carry.

The evening prior to a Student Council morning our son takes his Emergency Medication Pack from his sports duffle bag and places it into his school backpack. On these mornings, my husband drops our son off at school. Two schoolteachers, who are familiar with our son’s food allergies and the location of the Emergency Medication Pack, staff the council meetings. (more…)