Teaching your children what to say to others about their food allergy is important. But we also should be practicing with them how to say it.Read More
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What’s in your CAN?Read More
If your children can prepare for a changing world by solving their food allergy challenges time and time again throughout childhood, they’ll be experts at rolling with the punches when life starts throwing them other obstacles as young adults.
So let’s all in the allergy community reaffirm our commitment to help each other, to continue to use our life experiences to make a difference. Our ultimate goal for every family dealing with food allergies is to give them the tools to safely navigate their worlds so that when the time comes they will thrive!
I am JJ: Your child is more than a food allergy.Read More
New Year’s Eve 2018
The 13 Words On The “Food Allergy ‘Nice’ List!”
I can 99.99999 percent avoid having a food reaction today if I don't leave my bedroom and only eat a clean apple. But that isn't living.
Last week, a packet of “Thank You” notes arrived at my door. As I read each note, it was clear. This group of second graders from Nitrauer Elementary School embraces the message of CAN! They will go far.Read More
Children allergic to wheat or soy or shellfish or peanuts or tree nuts or eggs or fish or milk CAN successfully do whatever they desire their CAN to be.Read More
Kids who identify by their strengths at younger ages will have a greater chance of success throughout their lives.Read More
Education, patience & continued communication are key.Read More
People who live in The Land of Can appreciate what others do for them and readily acknowledge it.Read More
Just as important for the emotional growth of our kids is that we let them know that they are more than their food allergies.Read More
Do you know an elementary school librarian?Read More
Making the most of things is at the core of what it means to live in The Land of Can, especially when you live with food allergies.
Kids must balance being a student with a food allergy vs. being a student. Period.
People with food allergies are constantly trusting others. We must be people others can trust as well.Read More
This weekend, I returned home to prepare the mailing for the first wave of CANpaign books.Read More