|It can be difficult to ask for help. It can be difficult to know how or when to reach out!
Our letter to friends and family, originally written in 2012 and now in video form for 2016, can help to start the conversation among family and friends. Starting the conversation is the first step to raising awareness in our communities!
|Join in spreading awareness online by creating a photo frame in canva (you must upload the frame first for canva) or on twibbon. Use the photo frame as your social media profile picture for the week of May 8-14, or for the entire month of May.||Medical professionals can join in the campaign to encourage the medical community to “React with Respect.” Spreading FPIES awareness by presenting inservices, providing FPIES educational materials, and speaking at Grand Rounds can arm other professionals with information essential to appropriately and respectfully responding to children experiencing FPIES reactions. This “REACT” poster, focused on responding to an individual experiencing an FPIES reaction, can help to start the conversation among emergency and other pediatric professionals.|
|Resources for an Emergency
For additional emergency resources, visit our emergency care page.
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Page published: May 7, 2016. Last update: May 10, 2016. Copyright © 2016,The FPIES Foundation