Food Allergies and How to Manage Them in Child Care Settings

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

Four out of every 100 children have one or more food allergies, which can be life threatening. This course will equip child care providers with the latest regulations and standards related to food allergies in child care settings. Participants will learn how to manage food allergies in the day care and on field trips.

Course Information

As many as 4 out of every 100 children have one or more food allergies. For some children, a food allergy can be life threatening.

This course will equip child care providers with the latest regulations and standards related to food allergies in child care settings. Participants will learn how to manage food allergies in the day care setting as well as during field trips.

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