Allergy Support Group – 21st June, 7 till 9pm

Comments from previous attendee:

It was great to meet you and thank you so much for inviting us. Rick and I really found the evening useful and interesting. It was so nice to talk to someone who suffers with allergies like my daughter Issy and great to share experiences and talk to someone who has had an anaphylaxis shock. It was also great to find out about foods Issy could have which we did not know about and nice to hear you have been to some restaurants! We are thinking about taking Issy at the weekend to McDonalds for a Fish finger Happy Meal!

“We took Issy to McDonalds at the weekend and she had a Fish Finger Happy Meal! Issy loved it and it was so nice to see her eat a McDonalds, so for the first time she has been able to eat out as a treat. This has happened all from the Support Group you arranged so Thank you so so much.”

The second Allergy Support Group – brought to you by the Anaphylaxis Campaign and Whatallergy.com

After the success of my first Allergy Support group in March, I’m hosting another one on Thursday 21st June from 7pm until 9pm, in Buckinghamshire near Aylesbury.

This Allergy Support Group is in association with The Anaphylaxis Campaign who have kindly advertised the event to their members but anyone is welcome to attend, not just those who have joined the campaign.

The evening will be an opportunity to meet others who either live with or have a child living with allergy and to share experiences and advice in an informal environment.

It’s aim is to give support to those struggling on with allergies alone or newly diagnosed with lots of questions.

I’m hoping to invite along a dietician and there may some other tasty surprises.

If you would like to attend please email: ruth@whatallergy.com for further details.

If you’re interested but don’t live near Buckinghamshire check out The Anaphylaxis Campaign website for other events including support groups, workshops, conference etc.

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About Ruth

Ruth works freelance as a copywriter and writes the What Allergy blog to share information with people who have allergies, eczema, asthma and food intolerances. http://www.whatallergy.com was voted in the top 5 allergy blogs and Ruth also judges regularly for the FreeFrom Food Awards and FreeFrom Skincare Awards. She also won the Foods You Can People's choice Best FreeFrom blogger award 2014.

Comments

  1. Jenny T says:

    How would you feel if I came and posed a few questions about the perils of eating out with food allergies and to find out a little more about ways in which Chris and I might serve this groups members at some point? We want to make the research phase of our business plan extremely thorough and there’s one way to get the best info and that’s speak to real people about the real issues. Jenny

    • Hi Jenny. Apologies for not replying soon. I have been neglecting my poor blog. I think that would be a great idea and I’m sure you would gather some useful and information and be able to contribute too. I’m not sure how many will be attending. It doesn’t seem easy to generate interest. I’m surprised as it’s something I’ve been wishing I could go to for years. If you can think of anyone please pass on the word. Thanks. Ruth

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