We are committed to providing you with support and services during this ever-changing time, helping you to manage your food allergy so you can focus on keeping your family safe from COVID-19.
Check out the sections below to get answers to your questions on managing food allergy at this time.
As the pandemic remains ongoing in 2021, we are committed to advocating for Canadians with food allergy to ensure they continue to be well informed, can make educated choices, and have a voice with Health Canada and others.
Learn how we have addressed pandemic specific issues.
Learn about the COVID-19 vaccines and the impacts to those with food allergy. Hear from a panel of experts and get credible and informative answers to your questions, while learning more about the vaccine options.
The CSACI notes that it is safe to proceed with vaccination for COVID-19, unless you have a pre-existing allergy to a component of the vaccine.
We will continue working with Health Canada to ensure the allergy community is represented and that you have the most up-to-date information to make informed decisions.
With the use of masks and hand sanitizers now being mandatory in many places, there are some things to consider when you have food allergy.
Plus, find out what to expect when visiting the emergency department (ED) during the pandemic.
Dr. Julia Upton answers your top questions on managing food allergy during COVID-19.
Reading and checking ingredient labels has become even more important as we may be purchasing groceries online or spending less time in the grocery store as we adhere to physical distancing requirements.
Check out our important tips to consider using our triple check method.
Watch the recordings of our past virtual events for you and your children.
Get educated on when to use epinephrine, managing anxiety and bullying, and the science behind food allergy.
We’re committed to providing you with support and services during this time. We are working hard to ensure you have what you need to manage your food allergy.
With the pandemic, there are some things to keep in mind as your child heads back-to-school. While schools will be continuing to implement measures to limit the spread of the virus, there are also steps that students with food allergy and their families can take.
Check out our suggestions for students who are heading back to class.
Even though we’re in a pandemic, there are still many ways to have fun and connect with others. Check out our resources and tips for staying safe with food allergy.
Be sure to check public health guidance in your area on participating in spring break activities.
Learn how to celebrate safely during the pandemic.
Remember to check public health guidance in your area on participating in holiday activities.