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FAACT Podcast on Teaching {food allergy} Skills for College

Caroline Moassessi, VP of Community Relations for FAACT and host of the FAACT Roundtable Podcast, caught up with Gayle Rigione, CEO of Allergy Force, the food allergy app.


In this podcast, Caroline and Gayle explore strategies for preparing kids with food allergies for college (Spoiler Alert: ...it's NOT a crash course when they get their college acceptance letters!)


Promo material for FAACT roundtable podcast with gayle rigione allergy force ceo on 'Parent Perspective - Teaching {Food Allergy} Skills for College' and it links to the podcast on Buzzsprout.


When you listen, you'll gain perspective on:

  • Fundamental skills your child will need to eventually self-manage their food allergies

  • Strategies you can use to teach those skills gently over time

  • The timing for getting started (think age appropriate building blocks)

  • Some parenting resources that can guide you

  • An app that can help your family navigate food allergy life, every day and in emergencies

 

Buzzsprout promo material for FAACT roundtable podcast with gayle rigione allergy force ceo on 'Parent Perspective - Teaching {Food Allergy} Skills for College' and it links to the podcast on Buzzsprout.

FAACT’s Roundtable Podcast episodes cover all aspects of living with food allergies across the lifespan like this recent podcast with Allergy Force's CEO.


Host, Caroline Moassessi, VP of Community Relations, leads these wide ranging and engaging discussions on all things food allergy.


Find the FAACT Roundtable Podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, Podcast Chaser, Deezer, and Listen Notes.


 

Let FAACT know if there are topics you want to hear about. Email Caroline directly at Caroline.Moassessi@FoodAllergyAwareness.org.


Follow FAACT on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and YouTube.

 

Credits: Thank you FAACT for the opportunity to share strategies for equipping kids with food allergies for college and for use of the images

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