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This week's Question of the Week:
How would a benedryl shot help a 16+ hour migraine?
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The following are 10 ways to help keep your child with autism safe:
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Have a rescue package made up ahead of time. Your package could include recent photos of your chi...
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C Communicate with the Camp Director Explain the extent of your child's allergies and make sure they are willing and able to accommodate your child's special needs. Do they have safe foods or meal options? How is food stored, prepared and served? What is their experience with severe food allergies?
Find out if the staff is trained to handle allergic reactions; how far the nearest medical facility is; how your child would be transported; and if any activities would take him or her out of cell phone coverage or far away from the camp site. Remember th...
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