Let’s demand a safe environment for the 70,000 allergic students in Quebec’s schools.

standardisation des pratiques en matière d'allergies

To advance the cause of food allergies in schools, we need your help.

We need three minutes of your time to make your Member of the National Assembly (MNA) aware of the importance of better supervision of food allergies in Quebec schools. It is particularly important to standardize the training for school personnel.

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In Quebec, there is no legislation governing the supervision and support of allergic children in schools. Quebec also has no standardized training for school personnel, while other provinces and territories have either policies, protocols, guidelines, or legislation aimed at standardizing practices.

These shortcomings are even more apparent when we compare Quebec with the other Canadian provinces and territories.

 

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At present, each Quebec Centre de service scolaire develops its own allergy management guidelines and protocol and schools then integrate them to the best of their ability.

The responsibility for equipping school workers to react promptly in the event of an allergic reaction often falls to parents.

Thank you for supporting students living with food allergies and their families.

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