Are You Asking Enough Questions About Food Allergies?
A Question Can Educate.
A Question Can Empower.
A Question Can Instill Compassion.
A Question Can Reduce Bullying.
A Question Can Save A Life.
Developing A School Food Allergy Plan
Food Allergies and Asthma affect more than the students afflicted with these health ailments. Just like bullying, a Food Allergy Plan must involve the entire school district. A truly effective school Food Allergy Plan begins by asking the right questions.
- How can we do more than the minimum voluntary guidelines to protect students with severe food allergies?
- How can we educate children in all grades about the severity of food allergies?
- How can we educate parents, caregivers, volunteers, substitutes, and staff about the severity of food allergies?
- How can we enable a compassionate future generation to be more understanding of people with health disabilities?
- How can we reduce food allergy related bullying?
- How can we improve response time to a severe reaction to food?
- How can we protect students when a teacher is not present?
- How can we provide a safe educational environment?