Updates for the rest of 2018 and the beginning of 2019!
Please join Allergenuity Health on their Facebook page on December 16that 2pm. Trying to decide which allergy treatment may be right for you or your child? There is a lot of confusing misinformation out there and it can get overwhelming. Join us as Dr. Nikhila Schroeder, a board-certified allergist, reviews the main treatment options currently available for food and environmental allergies (OIT - oral immunotherapy, SLIT - sublingual immunotherapy, Allergy Shots, Avoidance, Medications, etc.), the way they work from a science perspective, what makes someone a good candidate, safety, typical results, and important logistical and lifestyle factors related to the treatments. We will also try to leave a little time at the end of the presentation for Dr. Schroeder to answer questions asked during the live broadcast. See you there!
Please note: This presentation is provided for educational and informational purposes only and should not be considered or used as medical advice.
Please join us on January 27th, 2019 for a wonderful event! A PAK member and her teen daughter will lead a discussion on food allergies, travel, and independence. Come and learn how anything is possible even with food allergies. This family has traveled the world and their teen has done some long distance traveling on her own. We can’t wait to hear their tips in regards to independence in the teen years and how to travel with food allergies. We are so grateful to them for their willingness to share their insights.
This event is geared towards all parents and children ages 11 and up.
January 27th, 2:30 St. Matthew Catholic Church 8015 Ballantyne Commons Parkway Charlotte, NC 28277 in the Parish Center Family Room.
Please join us on February 9th at 1pm. Dr. Schroeder from Allergenuity Health will give a presentation on Sublingual Immunotherapy/SLIT.
We will meet at St. Matthew Catholic Church in the Parish Center Family Room. 8015 Ballantyne Commons Parkway, Charlotte 28277.
This event is for adults only.
Camp ROAR is coming back! Join us for camp June 17-21. More information to follow in the New Year! For those unfamiliar with Camp ROAR, it is a half-day camp where kids have the opportunity to participate in typical fun camp activities such as arts and crafts and sports with their food allergic peers. In addition, children will participate in a variety of team building and small group activities/discussions designed to encourage positive interactions and lasting friendships.
Posted on Mon, December 10, 2018
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