The Anaphylaxis Campaign UK provides many useful resources and support to individuals managing anaphylaxis.
The Irish Food Allergy Network (IFAN) site is intended as a guide to assist those who, through their work, encounter children and families affected by food allergy. The guidelines contained on this site are intended for use by healthcare professionals. Their aim is to help in diagnosing suspected food allergy in the community and hospital.
The Asthma Society of Ireland has a clearly defined role in providing support services for people living with asthma. With over 470,000 Irish people living with asthma, we actively engage with the general public, healthcare professionals, the government & others to keep asthma high on the agenda.
Asthma UK is the charity dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the 5.4 million people in the UK whose lives are affected by asthma.
Provides patient information and support to those who are currently prescribed EpiPen Auto-Injectors.
Provides additional information and support to those who are currently prescribed Jext Adrenaline Auto-Injectors.
Information on dosage and use of Anapen autoinjectors. Can also sign upto expiry alert service.
Provides information on Emerade adrenaline autoinjectors
Allergy New Zealand is a national membership-based, not-for-profit society whose primary role is to provide information, education, and support those living with allergies, including those at risk of anaphylaxis.
Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia (A&AA) is a charitable, non-profit organisation established in 1993 to support and assist people affected by severe allergy and anaphylaxis
It is overwhelming, at first, to have a child with life-threatening food allergies. This site provides you with some empathy and understanding along with information & web site links.
The National Allergy Strategy Group UK (NASG) is an alliance of the professional organisation BSACI (British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology), the patient charities, Allergy UK (AUK), The Anaphylaxis Campaign (TAC) and the Allergy Alliance (AA) and industry partners. Since its formation in 2001, the NASG has worked, with others, to highlight the need for allergy services; the inadequate care available for allergy patients at all levels in the NHS and to improve NHS allergy services.
The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN) membership now stands at more than 25,000 worldwide and includes families, dietitians, nurses, physicians, school staff, representatives from government agencies, and the food and pharmaceutical industries. FAAN serves as the communication link between the patient and others.
This helpful baby blog provides information and help with allergies in babies.
This Finnish allergy support group is located in Tampere. They provide advice and support for people with allergies and asthma and they organise gatherings and activities for children and adults with anaphylaxis. They also have some of our products in their office if you would like to check them out before buying.
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