Does your child have severe food allergies?
You've come to the right place.
Monthly Bulletins

Every month
Share your child's story
Open forum for questions and answers
PAK's Cookbook
Message Center

August -
Our 1st "Cheat & Eat" dinner talk
FAAN Programs
Upcoming Events
See our new PAK T-shirts

July -
Cross Contamination
Where to Shop

"Chemical Sensitivity Disorder"
Guest Speaker: Joseph Bandalos

June -
How to keep children safe - summer vacations, parties, school field trips & at camp.
How to make an Anaphylactic Action Plan for your child at school.
Transportation to school on bus.
Tips from Members.

May -
Protecting a Food Allergic Child
Practical strategies on educating your child about their food allergies

April -
"Alternative Approaches to Allergies"
Guest Speaker: Nicole Rotondi, L.Ac.,Dipl.Ac.,MS

March -
Parenting a Food Allergic Child.
How to deal with other family members and our spouse.
How to hire a babysitter.
How to deal with your emotions and get involved in a positive way.
Help make a difference.

February -
Guest Speaker: Dr. Daniel Mayer, Allergy & Immunology of Smithtown.
"Protect Allergic Kids' Crusade to Keep Food Allergic Kids Safe"

January -
Medical Bracelets - How to label.
School Cafeterias - letter to food services.
Medical kit on airplanes.

December -
Guest Speaker: Sarah Anker, Chec Organization
Pak's Goals

November -
Cooking tips and recipes.
How to keep your child safe during the holidays.
Coping with people in your child's life who just don't get it.

PAK is not a professional or medical organization.  It is a group of parents sharing information and supporting each other.  The discussions, meeting minutes, handouts, guest speakers, agendas, and other products of our support group do not constitute medical/legal advice and should not be relied upon as such.  Always discuss individual health questions and medical issues with a qualified personal physician.
In regard to guest speakers, the purpose of the presentations is to provide a variety of opinions on the spectrum on allergy issues. By no means is PAK adopting the views of its speakers, or endorsing them as medically accepted in the community. It is up to the guests to weigh the persuasiveness and acceptability of the presentations, based on their own knowledge and research. 

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