Webinars

The National Allergy Strategy is partnering with Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia to deliver a series of webinars to help parents and guardians manage food allergies and the risk of anaphylaxis in children’s education and care services, primary and secondary schools and camps.

The sixth in the series is "Managing your child’s food allergy at camp"

When: Thurs 18 Aug | 7:30pm AEST | 5:30pm AWST
Where: Zoom
Cost: Free

The archive webinar is availble here.

Managing your child's food allergy at camp


The fifth in the series is "Managing your child's food allergy in outside school hours care"

When: Wed 17 Aug | 7:30pm AEST | 5:30pm AWST
Where: Zoom
Cost: Free

The archive webinar is availble here.

Managing your child's food allergy in outside school hours care


The fourth in the series is "Managing your child’s food allergy in primary school".

When: Wed 1 June | 7:30pm AEST | 5:30pm AWST
Where: Zoom
Cost: Free

The archive webinar is now available here.

Managing your child’s food allergy in primary school


The third in the series is "Managing your child’s food allergy in high school".

When: Wed 4 May | 7:30pm AEST | 5:30pm AWST
Where: Zoom
Cost: Free

The archive webinar is now available here.

Managing your child’s food allergy in High School


The second in the series is "Emergency Management: Anaphylaxis".

When: Wed 27 April | 7:30pm AEST | 5:30pm AWST
Where: Zoom
Cost: Free

The archive webinar is now available here.

Emergency Management Anaphylaxis


The first in the series is "Managing your child’s food allergy in childcare services".

When: Wed April 6, 7:30pm AEST | 5:30pm AWST
Where: Zoom
Cost: Free

The archive webinar is now available here.

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The National Allergy Council  is a progression of the National Allergy Strategy and remains a partnership between the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) and Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia (A&AA), as the leading medical and patient support organisations for allergy in Australia.
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This project received funding from the Australian Government Department of Health.

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