Love the front page side bar on Allergic Living Magazine’s Fall 2013 edition it reads:
“Colleges Get Allergy Aware: Free-from meals and educated chefs are the new normal”
Perfect timing…my eldest son is in his last year of high school.
Planning for university next year is forefront of my mind…especially since he has multiple food allergies (dairy, egg, beef, lamb, peanut/tree nuts, sesame, fish, shellfish, mustard and raspberry).
Seems like Allergic Living Magazine is on the ‘same ‘page’.
I can hardly believe it is time for my oldest to head off to university. At the same time, I am coming to terms with ‘wrapping my head around’ all the multiple food allergy issues that will inevitably play a part of his decision-making process.
Allergic Living Magazine’s article titled, “Learning Curve” was just what I needed to put my mind at ease…included in the article is a university ‘to-do list’ to follow.
Another great piece of information…a chart that compares allergy practices in Canadian Universities. Click here for the link.
Michael and I are planning to visit a few Universities this fall…with all this great information, we will be prepared to ask informative questions. Not only does Michael need to choose a university to meet his educational pursuits…he needs to find a university that will accommodate his unique food allergies.
I would love to hear from anyone who has already been through this process or is at the same place as we are…any tips would be helpful.
I hope to keep you up-to-date on our progress…as Michael prepares to head off in a new chapter of his life.