Food Allergy P.I. and her awesome kids reviewed my book Land of Not. After watching the review on her Youtube channel, I’ve been smiling all week!Read More
Those 100 books will reach a lot of kids!Read More
Food Allergy Can Openers: Honk if you know a school nurse!Read More
I’m looking to connect with as many librarians as possible. Do you know any librarians?Read More
Rebekah is a role model to many who live with food allergies. She doesn’t just say she has a CAN mindset, she lives it.Read More
During the #CANpaign each Friday, I will be honoring the CAN Openers are who are moving this Food Allergy School initiative forward, whether they are buying and donating books for schools or are sharing, retweeting and promoting our videos!Read More
Inspired by her younger brother, who lives with multiple food allergies, Jaime highlights the three A’s: Awareness, Avoidance and Action to create a safer and more inclusive environment for all of us living with food allergies.
It's back to school time. Don't miss the Bus!
All of these little actions my family takes to keep Cam safe are a BIG deal to us. We are so grateful to have family who gets it!Read More
A child cannot learn if a child feels unsafe, which makes the role of an educator that much more important to our children with allergies.Read More
True food allergy advocates care more about the person than the food. For a hungry 9 year old to say what Ivan said speaks volumes about his heart and about how much he cares for me.Read More
‘When it comes to food allergies Rachel just gets it.’Read More
Recently, I asked for nominations for CAN Openers. Several people on social media suggested Kyle Dine, food allergy educator. Once I looked into him, I immediately understood why. He rocks... literally.
CAN Opener: “SnackRoots has created a way for a teacher, coach or parent to create a list without being a dietary restriction expert.”
By providing authentic, hopeful & empowering advice, Tamara is helping families with food allergies live a life a Can! She is a true CAN Opener.
Through the eyes of an impressionable boy, especially as that boy enters his teen years, males have the unique opportunity to be able to reinforce that even though you may have a food allergy and must be cautious, you can still be tough & cool & one of the guys.
As I browsed the store, I kept saying, "I wish this existed when I was younger."