Our son Baxter is anaphylactic to wheat, eggs, peanuts and sesame ("...but not Sesame Street!" he likes to point out.) He's three and a half. Last spring, we had to use the Epipen® on him for the first time. That moment shook us to our core ........ read more to find out what Anaphylaxis Canada means to her and her family and why she will be giving back this holiday season.
Anaphylaxis Canada partners with Ontario Government to keep students at risk for anaphylaxis safe at school.
October 9, 2013More than 5,000 Ontario school boards, schools, and public health units have received educational resources to assist school staff in managing and responding to serious allergies. The resources provide important information for educators and other school staff on reducing the risk of an anaphylactic reaction, how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a reaction, and how to respond in an emergency.