School Forms, Education Sheets, Information Packages, Procedures, and Protocols

On this page there are a number of links for your school forms for food allergy and for asthma. I have also included handouts on some of the procedures we perform in our clinic.

What will help during the back to school rush is for you to click on the link, download the form you need for school, fill out everything you can and send it on to us for the final touches and signatures.

School Forms

1. Food Allergy Action Plan

The FARE –  Action plan is the most commonly used. A copy can be downloaded. Please complete the form as much as possible and send it on to us.

Your school system may have their own food allergy action plan. We are trying to obtain copies from school systems that do not use the FARE format. Hopefully, you will be able to find those forms on this site for your school system.


2. Asthma Action Plan

The American Academy of Pediatrics has an Asthma Action Plan

The Asthma Emergency Plan we frequently use in our office


1. Peanut Challenges in infants- LEAP We get many calls about preventing peanut allergy. We have experience with infants and we are fortunate to have the appropriate back-up should there be a problem with a peanut challenge in a young child. The link goes over many of the specifics for peanut exposure in the at risk infants.

2. Early Introduction of Highly Allergenic Foods to Infants– this comes from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology. The thought is that for young children at risk for allergy, that the early rather than the late introduction of allerenic foods may prevent the development of a food allergy.

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