Autumn greetings! You never know when you might be called upon to save a life. It could happen at a school, restaurant, ball game or anywhere a person could be having an anaphylaxis attack due to a bee sting or food allergy. If an EpiPen is available you will want to know how to use it, as by the time an ambulance arrives it might be too late.
Halloween will be arriving soon! Please consider handing out nut-free treats and displaying a teal colored pumpkin to indicate you are handing out allergy-free candy. As one mother said, “I’d like to say thank you to all who take time to put a teal pumpkin out and get allergy free treats. From a mom with a child that has food allergies, I’d just like you to know how much it means to know people care!”
Founder, Allergy Advocacy Association