Daycare, Preschool and Elementary School

As your child moves from daycare though elementary school s/he will develop a better understanding of his/her gluten-free needs and become more self-sufficient. But at this age they still need assistance from parents and school staff. It is important at this age for parents to educate the educator. It is best to set aside time to sit with the teacher … Read More

Packing a School Lunch

By Francie Kelley There are a lot of options for ensuring that your child receives a safe cafeteria meal at school. But no matter how great a job your school does at providing gluten-free options, some kids prefer a lunch that comes from home. They can get exactly what they want and many parents like knowing that the food is … Read More

Middle School and High School

Middle School and High School is often the time when students become most concerned with assimilation. For this reason, spending the time to determine what, if any, foods provided in the cafeteria are gluten-free may be very important for your child’s emotional well-being. Eating the “same” foods at lunch as their peers often is especially important to the student with … Read More