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Webinar: Public session: Foundation in food allergy – what you need to know about managing food allergy and anaphylaxis

November 25 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Participate in a free webinar that provides fundamental information for managing food allergy and anaphylaxis. This session is primarily geared towards parents of children who have been recently diagnosed with a food allergy. It’s also a great session for others who are interested in this topic, or would like a refresher. Register today!

Details for this webinar

Carla, community advocate and parent mentor
  • What is the webinar about: Building a solid foundation to understanding the facts around food allergy and how to manage daily life. Topics include basic information about food allergy, risk reduction, symptom recognition, and emergency management.
  • Who is presenting: Carla Da Silva is the mother of a 9 year old son with multiple food allergies, a community advocate and the leader of a support group in Montreal. She has been trained as a parent mentor to deliver information in the community on managing food allergy and anaphylaxis.
  • When is the webinar: Sessions are offered monthly.
  • Who should attend: This session is geared towards parents/guardians of children who have been newly diagnosed with food allergies. Anyone interested in this topic is also welcome to attend.

Register today

Please share with others who may benefit from the session. Upon registration, you will have an opportunity to submit your questions in advance of the webinar.

We are also offering small group webinars (up to 4 participants) on this same topic that are 90-minutes long so there is more time for more interaction. Learn more about participating in a small group webinar.

Details

Date:
November 25
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Organizers

Carla