Have you checked out our Adults with Allergies blog? It is written by and for our members who are over 18 years of age: all about managing food allergies in the world of work, dating, health care, social life and more.
Our current blog theme for the next several weeks is “Explaining My Food Allergies”, with personal experiences and advice on how to talk about food allergies in many settings. The first post in the series focuses on restaurants.
At Food Allergy Canada, we are committed to supporting people with food allergies in all stages of life – and to giving everyone a seat at the table. That is why we have developed specific programs and online content for children, teens and adults. We are proud of all our volunteers who created these spaces.
If you haven’t had a chance yet, visit some of our online spaces to find out more:
- For parents and families: The Newly Diagnosed Support Centre
- For kids age 7-12: the Allergy Pals/Allergy Allies program
- For teens: WhyRiskIt.ca
- Our Adults with Allergies blog
- News and views from the Food Allergy Canada blog
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