Monday, July 18, 2011

Making food-allergic kids feel included

From CNN...


Carolyn Fruzzetti said...

Inclusion is critical to ending social isolation, particularly in the teen age peer group which currently has the highest reaction rate. Awareness and understanding is the key.
C.F. Fruzzetti, Author SUNDIAL
Food Allergy Super Heroes

Anonymous said...

Inclusion is so important. I have been fortunate so far. My daughter's teacher started making the cupcakes when there were celebrations in school. I would normally just send her with a safe treat. Her teacher said you tell me exactly what to buy - I want her to feel included and not have to be different. So, nice!! Her CCD teacher did the same.