It is almost that time of year again; food allergy awareness week 2021 is mere weeks away! Food Allergy Research and Education has loads of great digital events planned for the occassion, and as always, I will be sharing tons of food allergy content.
Leading up to Food Allergy Awareness Week, which takes place from May 9th - May 15th, I'm resharing some of last year's content about food allergies, as well as other information about how to participate this year yourself!
If you are a newer reader, make sure to catch up on some of my articles about managing food allergies from 2020! You can find those below:
2021 has welcomed a much anticipated change for food allergy families... The passage of the FASTER Act!!
While you will be hearing a lot about this throughout Food Allergy Awareness Week (if you haven't already), catch up in advance by watching my video about why this law is so important to families like mine!
Grab Your Graphics!!!
Last year I also shared a number of infographs and awareness graphics. The best way to use these are to share on social media, so I've linked to the images so you can share them with friends, family, and followers to raise awareness. You can find them on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest! Or, feel free to download this one (be sure to tag me on social media if you use it):
Watch my MOCHA Interview with FARE!
Last November I was honored to be a guest on MOCHA's Thanksgiving episode. Learn why I was (and still am) grateful as a food allergy parent:
Check Out My Food Allergy Portal
Follow FARE and participate in their great activities throughout the week!
FARE has a number of great digital events planned throughout Food Allergy Awareness Week. Here is a list of them all (be sure to visit their website to get all the details)
You can follow FARE on most major social media platforms for updates and tons of great content:
And be sure to share this round up!!
May 2020 (Prior to 5/31)
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