What Teachers Need to Know!

This seminar based program introduces the prevention and educational aspects to anaphylaxis and the emergency care to provide during a reaction. Common questions for this practical, hands-on 1 hour session include:

  • What is anaphylaxis?
  • How common is anaphylaxis?
  • How can I recognize a reaction?
  • Signs and symptoms?
  • What happens during a reaction?
  • Do reactions worsen with each exposure to allergen?
  • When is a child most at risk of an anaphylactic reaction?
  • What is the best treatment for anaphylaxis?
  • What else can I do during a reaction?
  • What is epinephrine?
  • How long will one dose be effective for?
  • What are the side effects of epinephrine?
  • What happens if I inject epinephrine into the wrong site?
  • Where should an Epipens® be keep?
  • How many Epipens® should a person carry?
  • At what age should a child carry his/her own Epipen®?
  • What are the most common allergens?
  • How can I prevent anaphylaxis?
  • Will a child outgrow their allergy?

Our seminar is geared towards education, prevention and the steps to provide for emergency care.

Time Required: These sessions can be conducted in a ½ hour to 1 hour session after school or over a lunch n' learn style program.

Please feel free to contact us at the information below to schedule your program!

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