About This Community:

The Food Allergy and Asthma Support Group of North Jersey Online Community is open to FAASG support Group Members who have joined FAASG, which meets the third Tuesday of every month at the St Barnabus Ambulatory Care Center-200 South Orange Avenue Livingston, NJ (across from Livingston Mall) from 7:30-9:00pm. The FAASGNJ Online Community brings our members together and allows them to post questions and ask advice as they share experiences in managing Food Allergies and Asthma in their daily lives. It also allows us to post upcoming meetings, events, and information for our members.

If you would like any information on how to become a FAASGNJ member, please contact Palkidz1@verizon.net. We are all in this together and here to support each other.

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Section 504 & Food Allergies

Section 504 and Food Allergies

The following information, provided by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights, is designed to help parents better understand the rights of their food-allergic children at school. 

A child who qualifies as disabled under Section 504 may be entitled to a 504 Accommodation Plan, which is designed to meet his or her individual needs.  Not every food-allergic student needs a 504 Plan or may qualify for one. The first steps to determine if a 504 Plan is appropriate are:

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