It's never too early to teach your child or teen with food allergies how to create and stick to an allergy plan. The Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN) has a great site to help teens through these difficult years.
2. Visit your allergist.
3. Recognize early symptoms and know what to do.
4. Carry your prescribed medicine at all times.
5. Teach others how to help you.
6. Get to an emergency facility at the earliest signs of a reaction.
7. I'd add always bring snacks to an event or eat safe food beforehand!