This is a PDF from the Dept. of Agriculture’s Resource List on Food Allergies and Intolerances for Consumers published February 2008. This is the most comprehensive listing of resources for food allergies I have seen. By food allergy (ex. peanut, or tree nut or egg) it goes through websites, organizations and foundations, books/cookbooks, groups, and health information.
Food Allergies and Reactions Brochure by the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
Information About Food Allergies and Understanding Food Allergies
If you are a parent with a child who displays make signs of a Sensory Processing or Integration Disorder, or if your child has been diagnosed with a Sensory Processing Disorder you are probably trying to find out more information about the disorder. We have provided a list of resources that can help you find out more about the disorder, ways to help your children, and games and techniques that can help you and your child with Sensory Areas.
Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation provides money for research,helps with advocacy, and provides education and increases awareness. If you are a parent whose child has a Sensory Disorder or you are concerned your child does have a Sensory Sensitivity, you will find tons of resources on this website.
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If your kids have reached preschool age, you have most likely experienced the phenomenon of Kid Lingo (things our kids say that make us laugh). Sometimes kids repeat something we have said at an in opportune time, or they use a word incorrectly and it is cute and funny, and other times they cannot say the word yet and they say a version of a word. All of these scenarios keep us laughing with the funny things kids say.
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I don’t know about you but I often feel like I am in the movie Ground Hog Day because the dishes, picking up toys and clothing, and cleaning seems to never end. I find myself thinking, “Didn’t I just do that a second ago?” and usually I did.
I only takes about an hour for my kitchen to go from clean, and clutter-free to looking like a tornado has just come through. If you are faced with the same struggles as me, and most moms, I have 3 quick tips that make keeping your house clean,-quicker and easier.
Use a Collapsible Box to Collect Toys, and Clothing Throughout the Day
For those stray toys or pieces of clothing that make their way into your kitchen, bathroom, bedroom or where ever they do not belong- collect items in a box or bin so that you can return the items to there place at one time.
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