Tips for managing allergies at Easter.

5 Tips for Managing Allergies at Easter

  1. Explain your child’s allergies to friends/family & ensure you have a pre-approved stash of allergy safe treats available.
  2. Ingredients of Easter eggs/treats may differ, so check the wrapper each time. Allergy info may not be displayed on individual treats from bigger packs. Substitute these with a safe alternative. Check balloons, crafts & paints are allergy safe. Check if the host has pets if your child has a pet dander allergy. Avoid homemade treats where you can’t check the allergy content.
  3. Check allergy plan with carers & show when and how to use emergency medicines. Teach your child to tell an adult if they feel unwell and not to go to the bathroom as allergic reactions can progress quickly. Teach your child not to share food/drinks.
  4. Host an Easter egg hunt with: chocolate eggs you know are allergen free, plastic eggs filled with trinkets/coins.
  5. Chocolate alternatives include: Egg painting, dress up Easter costumes sparkly stickers/bubbles, Easter themed colouring pages, Lego or puzzles.

For more information & tips check out the full Allergy Easter Blog at Managing Allergies at Easter

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