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TEEN SUMMIT

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22-24 2010

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For more information, visit: www.foodallergywalk.org


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FAAN is the trusted source for information about food allergies We have resources to help you and your food-allergic patients Take a tour of our revamped website, www.foodallergy.org Visit FAAN at Booth 948

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I. FOOD ALLERGY BASICS How to Use This Program This program is designed to provide a means of support to school

staff for management of students who have food allergies. It should be used by the school nurse to educate all individuals who are or may be responsible for a student who has a food allergy. If your school does not have a nurse, elect someone else to take responsibility for implementing this school-wide education program. The principal may be a likely candidate. Each section within this binder may be copied and distributed to the pertinent staff members. Discuss this material at an in-service meeting. An emergency plan of action, outlined in the Nurse section, should be created with help from staff members. Practice the emergency drill as you would a fire drill. Distribute a copy of the Parents section to all parents of students with food allergy.

III. PARENTS To the principal:

Use an epinephrine auto-injector trainer to practice what it would be like to use an epinephrine auto-injector (e.g., EpiPen®, Twinject®, Adrenaclick®). Know how to use it so that precious minutes aren’t wasted while someone tries to read the directions during an emergency.

Teamwork between parents and school staff is critical for

The enclosed poster will serve as a reminder to all faculty members about the symptoms of anaphylaxis. Hang it in a high visibility location, such as the main office, teacher’s lounge, or cafeteria.

Copy the following section and give it to all parents of students with food allergies so they will know how to begin to create a partnership with your staff.

successfully managing students with food allergies.

The DVD supports the material in this binder. Use it as a training tool for all school staff, substitute teachers, volunteers, and others. Review it regularly at staff meetings.

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VI. FOOD SERVICE

L unchtime is probably the most stressful time of day for students with

food allergies. Common causes of food allergy in children — peanuts, eggs, milk, tree nuts, soy, and wheat — are found en masse at each cafeteria table. With your help, students can safely navigate through this lunchtime minefield of potentially allergy-causing foods. Be sure to read the Food Allergy Basics section for more information.

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Merrifield, VA

Non-Profit Org

U.S. Postage Paid

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17th Annual Food Allergy Conferences Baltimore, MD March 27, 2010

Las Vegas, NV April 24, 2010

Tarrytown, NY May 8, 2010

Oak Brook, IL 11781 Lee Jackson Hwy., Suite 160 Fairfax, VA 22033-3309 www.foodallergy.org

May 22, 2010

What You Will Learn

Speakers

If you are searching for successful strategies for managing your own food allergies or those of a loved one, you’re not alone! Attendees will learn from leading experts in the field, as well as others, how to live well with food allergies. Aendees will learn: • Emotional and psychosocial impact of living with food allergies • Latest news on advocacy • Food allergy basics for the newly diagnosed • Letting go and facing new challenges • Latest news on food allergy research • Camp TAG (The Allergy Gang), a summer camp for children who have food allergies and their siblings • A restaurant strategy panel of experts offering tips for managing food allergies while dining out • How to keep children with food allergies safe at school and what school personnel need to know • Understanding the severity of food allergies and anaphylaxis

FAAN Staff Julia Bradsher, PhD Eleanor Garrow-Majka Maria Acebal, JD Christopher Weiss, PhD

Who Should Attend Anyone who has a food allergy or takes care of someone with a food allergy will benefit from these day-long conferences. In particular, parents, grandparents, and relatives of children with food allergies, as well as health professionals, registered dietitians, caregivers, child care providers, and school staff, will find the sessions informative. For the first time, FAAN will offer a “Certificate of Achievement” to grandparents, nannies, and babysitters who attend each of the following sessions: Food Allergy 101 for the Newly Diagnosed, Epinephrine Auto-Injector Training, and Understanding the Severity of Living with Food Allergies and Anaphylaxis.

Nurses Kim Mudd, MSN, RN, CRP Sally Noone, MSN, RN Katy Schmeissing, MS, RN Christine Szychlinski, APN, CPNP Registered Dietitians Lori Enriquez, MPH, RD, CSP, CNSD, LDN Marion Groetch, MS, RD, CDN

Parent Speakers Denise Bunning Jody Falco Kari Keaton Rebecca Lainovic Caroline Moassessi Teen Speakers Zac Chelini Abby Fliss Tracy Kaplan Stefan Lainovic Carlo Steinman

Not all speakers will present at each location. Speakers are subject to change.

Cancellation Policy Cancellations must be received three days in advance of the conference date in order to obtain a refund (i.e., the Tuesday before the conference by 5:30 p.m. EST). After that time, no refunds will be issued. FAAN will ship conference materials to fully paid registrants who are unable to attend.

Special Meal Requests

Please Note

If you have a special meal request, contact the FAAN office by e-mail at faan@foodallergy.org or by telephone at (800) 929-4040 no later than two weeks prior to the conference date.

We are sorry, but we are unable to accommodate children under the age of 11, including infants, at the conferences.

CEU Credits

No recording devices will be permitted.

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Physicians Todd Mahr, MD Andrew Saxon, MD Scott Sicherer, MD Robert A. Wood, MD

Guest Speakers Brett Greenberger, MD Cynthia M. Goody, PhD, MBA, RD, LDN Victoria Griffith, CFSP Rhiann Morcott, PhD Keith Norman Paul Sale Dominique Tougne Gerald Zeidler

Some professional organizations provide CEU credits for attending the conference. Contact your organization to find out the requirements for CEUs. A certificate of participation will be available.


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