Support groups: An opportunity to share
When Pauline Osena's son was first diagnosed with food allergies, she was "completely unprepared." Pauline recalls: "I felt very isolated. No one else in my family and none of the new parents in my community had children with food allergies. They did their best to empathize, but they really could not relate to the stresses of living with food allergies."
Pauline found an allergy support group meetup, listed on the Food Allergy Canada website. Support groups across Canada have meetups to discuss living with food allergies and anaphylaxis...