Kaylee is just starting her first year at high school. She is excited and anxious all at the same time. There is one catch; she is severely allergic to peanuts and nuts. She has lived with the allergy since birth. Elementary school was a breeze. She was the popular girl at school. Will high school… More A Learning Experience: A Story For Teens With Anaphylaxis
Aaron loves animals more than ice cream and roller coasters, but must give them away when testing reveals he has allergies to them. He learns that there are other creatures he can love.
A charming story of Alfie, a fish with asthma, who also has a chance to help a shark with asthma. Provides a simple explanation of asthma, and how to handle asthma attacks, that children will enjoy reading.
The young narrator describes life with asthma, explaining causes and symptoms of asthma and discussing ways to control the disorder to lead a normal life.
This updated guide provides information on allergies, including the latest findings on food allergies and treatments, along with new approaches for monitoring asthma control, with expanded recommendations for children. It provides guidance on medications, recommendations on patient education in settings beyond the physician’s office, and advice for controlling environmental factors that can cause asthma symptoms.
A practical guide for children with allergies. While it follows the experiences of Karston, who has food and environmental allergies in addition to an autism spectrum disorder, the information is very specific to allergies, and great for all kids.
Allie the elephant, who is allergic to peanuts, helps children learn about food allergies, and how to be a good friend when you can’t share snacks.
Created by Community Bridges, Partners in Health program, Susan Thibodeau, a nurse practitioner from Dartmouth Hitchcock Concord specializing in Asthma, leads a discussion with a group of children of all ages on what asthma is and what an asthma attack might feel like. She answers questions from the group including some of the most common… More Asthma Awareness (DVD)
An action-packed asthma adventure designed with kids and their parents in mind, to experience together the “learning moments” with Asthmarelda and her superheroes. Michael, a frightened young man with asthma, only wants to play basketball … and he does, thanks to all those who come to his rescue.
Ayude a su niño a controlar el asma Este folleto le ofrece consejos sobre cómo manejar el asma, tales como pasos sencillos a seguir para minimizar su exposición a provocadores de asma encontrados en los interiores y al aire libre.
A practical, easy to understand guide for young people up to age 13 with asthma. They will learn how to control their asthma so they can live their lives to their fullest potential. Filled with illustrations, diagrams and self-quizzes.
Very colorful story about Brianna, who finds out why she has been having coughing spells and trouble breathing. Covers general asthma information, from management to triggers.
Topics include common cause, treatments, foods, questions etc. To help families, and professionals understand and explain asthma. Simple direct answers.
Cody, a cool young cow, discovers he is allergic to milk. The simple story outlines allergic reactions, sources of milk allergies, food alternatives. (preschool-age 8)
Grab your shovels. Join Davis and Natalie as they search the backyard for dinosaur parts, and bone up on allergen free snacking. Part of the no biggie bunch series.
This book is aimed at educating children ages 4-8. The story explains a specific medical condition in kid-friendly language in hopes of demystifying perceived differences to readers so they can comfortably and freely interact with others who are unlike themselves without fearing the unknown. Educating children early in life will help them appreciate diversity and… More Ella The Elephant
Seventy-five proven recipes – free of wheat, dairy, corn and eggs. Recipes include drinks, soups, salads, main dishes, side dishes and treats.
Young children will learn the importance of identifying allergens, asking for help when unsure, and alerting an adult immediately should they experience symptoms of an allergic reaction. Jack’s confidence demonstrates to the reader that having a food allergy is not a stigma or shame but a safety issue. Whether a child has allergies or has… More Food Allergies and Me
Here is an easy-to-read guide for parents of children with asthma. The guide provides parents and caregivers the information they need to improve their children’s quality of life. Produced by the Center for Disease Control. Also available online at https://www.cdc.gov/asthma/publications.html
Step by step guide – covers practical information, including treating reactions, purchasing & cooking food, making home safe, teaching others about food allergies, working with daycare & schools, dining out, and traveling.