Participate in our many webinars offered this month! Plus, be sure to check out the support group meetings happening in June! You can also read about Angela’s journey with food allergy and why she started up a support group in Moncton.
- June 27: Travel tips webinar for young adults with food allergies
Join us for an informative and lively webinar later this month to learn how to stay safe while travelling with food allergies.
Hear first-hand accounts from our panel of youth advisors and Kyle Dine, our youth coordinator and food allergy educator/musician. He is an avid traveller who is the co-founder of www.allergytravels.com and has much to share about how to manage multiple food allergies, regardless of where you travel.
You’ll also learn the basics of travelling with food allergies, trip-planning advice, first-hand tips and be introduced to useful resources to help you on your journey.
- Allergy Pals Monthly webinars
Join us on June 24th to talk about managing food allergies while camping.
Every month, kids with food allergies who are between the ages of 7-11 can participate in webinars that will cover key information on managing food allergies.
Each webinar is led by a trained peer mentor with food allergies and there will also be plenty of interactive games and activities that will have your child glued to the presentation!
Check out one of our previous webinars:
- Webinars on the foundation in food allergy
Attend one of our free webinars on managing food allergy and anaphylaxis. Topics covered include the basics of food allergy, risk reduction, symptom recognition, and emergency management. There will also be time for questions afterwards.
If you have already attended one of these webinars, please help us spread the word so others can also benefit. Please share!
Two formats are offered, click on the links below to learn more and register:
- 60-minute webinar that is offered monthly: *NEW DATE* next session is Thursday, June 21.
- 90-minute small group webinar (up to 4 participants) to allow for more interaction. The small group webinars are offered 2x/week. Next session is Tuesday, June 5.
Check out this month’s support group meetings!
Support groups provide a warm, caring environment for you to share your concerns. You’ll get help in dealing with the day-to-day stress of being at risk for anaphylaxis, or having a child who is at risk. Check out the support group meeting happening this month!
Plus, read our support group profile on Angela Harris from the Greater Moncton Allergy Education Group.
Toronto Anaphylaxis Education Group (TAEG)
- Date: Tuesday, June 5 from 7 pm – 9 pm EDT
- Location: Edithvale Community Centre, 131 Finch Avenue West
- Topic: Youth panel – allergy experiences
- RSVP: email@example.com
To connect with one of our other support groups, visit our support group page. If there isn’t one in your community, we’ll help you get one started.