Practical Resources for Businesses & Schools.

Not all food allergies develop in childhood. And you may or may not grow out of them.

You can develop a food allergy at any age, even to a food that you’ve safely eaten before.

Children especially may outgrow a food allergy over time. This is common with allergies to milk, egg, soy and wheat.  Allergies that are harder to outgrow include peanut, tree nuts, fish and shellfish.  (Source:  Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE))

Allergy Adventures activities for schools

This is a great resource for schools to teach children about food allergies. It contains links to workshops, videos and other great school resources.

Supporting Pupils at School Templates

Here you can find government information and templates supporting children with medical conditions in schools. You may find these useful when setting up a medical plans with school.