Situation Food Allergy: After Homecoming.
Do you let your child go to the diner?
Your child asks to go to the town diner after the annual Homecoming dance at school. Your child has an airborne allergy to eggs, and the diner serves breakfast 24/7. Eggs are always being cooked onsite. You know that this is an important social outing for your child, but you do not fully trust that the diner is a safe space for them. What do you do?
@jaimegialloreto has the keys to The Land of Can for the entire week. Jaime, who is Miss New Jersey 2018, studies Communications at Loyola University Maryland. Her inspiration for food-allergy advocacy stems from her younger brother Michael who has had multiple allergies and anaphylaxis since the age of 9-months-old. Read her posts this week on www.thelandofcan.com.