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Support Groups

support group mattedYou're not alone in living with allergies and anaphylaxis. Here are a list support groups to help you manage your health.

AAFA

If have a child afflicted with asthma you might consider trying the Asthma and Allergy Foundation and their support group tool.

Compassion 4 Anaphylaxis

Mission: Opening Windows of Compassion for those with Anaphylaxis Related Conditions and the families who love them.

FACTS Food Allergies: Coping, Teaching, Supporting

The food allergy support group, FACTS, was started in March 2003 in Rochester, New York by Joy Leinenbach and Sandy Eckdahl. They are two mothers who were coping with food allergic children and knew that there were other families out there who were feeling the same things they were. Their goal was to create a group where families could give and receive encouragement, coping strategies, and food allergy information as well as educate the community (i.e. schools, day cares, restaurants, summer camps) about food allergies.

FACTS is an important support group for families afflicted with food allergies located in the Rochester area.

FARE

Food Allergies Research and Education Web site. The site features a tool that can help you locate a support group in your state that might be able to help.

Greater Buffalo Food Allergy Alliance

Greater Buffalo Food Allergy Alliance (GBFAA) was started by five mothers of food allergic children looking to find support and information while helping to inform others about food allergies in the Greater Buffalo area (primarily Erie and Niagara Counties). GBFAA is open to anyone wishing to learn more about food allergies and is a registered support group with the Food Allergy and Anayphylaxis Network (FAAN).

This is an important support group for families afflicted with food allergies located in the Buffalo, NY area.

Impax Pharma

Impax is the supplier for the Adrenaclick® epinephrine auto-injector device. Their product is often listed as a generic medication for pricing purposes.

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