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Food Allergy Stages Handouts

Food AllergyDifferent skills are needed for managing and coping with food allergies in daily life at different ages. The Food Allergy Stages handouts were designed to help families manage food allergies and teach children about food allergies at different developmental stages. Use the Food Allergy Basics for All Ages handout to learn about important information all parents should know when they have a child with food allergies. Use the Food Allergy Stages handout for your child’s age for specific tips on managing food allergies at their stage of development. Always speak with your child’s allergist if you have questions or before making changes to your child’s food allergy management plan.

Food Allergy Stages: Food Allergy Basics for All Ages
Food Allergy Stages: Baby (0–12 months)
Food Allergy Stages: Toddler (1–3 years)
Food Allergy Stages: Preschool (3–5 years)
Food Allergy Stages: Early Grade School (5–8 years)
Food Allergy Stages: Late Grade School (8–11 years)
Food Allergy Stages: Early Teen (11–14 years)
Food Allergy Stages: Late Teen (14–18 years)
Food Allergy Stages: Young Adults (18–21 years)

Access the handouts in Spanish.

Doctors: Use this PDF/flyer to promote the handouts in your office.

Reviewed: 8/17/22