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Next SPOAK Meeting is July 9, 2009

Thank you so much for attending our meeting on April 2.  The turnout was wonderful!  We hope that everyone got something out of the meeting.  Thanks to the nurses and doctor who shared and all the great questions, we can each take something home.

Don't forget that the next meeting is July 9, 2009 and a Nutritionist will be joining us from Dr. Sherman's office.  

Please feel free to post any questions and keep our great Q & A going from our last meeeting.

Below are the items we promised to post on our SPOAK site:

-FAAN Food Allergy conference is May 9, 2009, Tarrytown (teen summit is 11 yrs and up)

Link for New Jersey State Guidelines from the Dept of Ed.
http://www.nj.gov/education/students/safety/health/allergies.pdf
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168348 tn?1379357075
Hi,

Posted in our Health Pages is the above link to th NJ State Guidelines form the Dept of Education:

http://www.medhelp.org/health_pages/SPOAK/NJ-State-Guidelines---Dept-of-Education/show/735?cid=232

This is a valuable reference tool for all of us.  

Thanks for posting it!

Cheryl B.
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These are STATE guidelines and the Federal Government is actively working on making guidelines in the schools as well.  Hopefully we will see even more changes.

I will post information as it comes along...

Here is another great link for the EPICARD which may be coming in the next year.  The videos are great....
http://www.intelliject.com/epicard.php
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