Busy day, busy week, but I am committed to keeping up this blog!
I wanted to give a shout out to thank Dr. Anthony Porto, his colleagues and Yale for the recent Second Annual Pediatric Celiac Family Education Day earlier this month and the great information on its website about diagnosis and supportive care for children with celiac disease. Yale has posted a “Celiac: Back to School Toolkit” and PowerPoint on “Understanding and Navigating Section 504 Plans,” as well as some other great information. Click here to visit their site.
And another shout out to Doreen Manchester who spoke about gluten free labeling laws and the many hidden sources of gluten that can nonetheless make it into our food. She tweets at @DMLManchester, if you would like to know more.
Anne Marie Segal is an executive coach at Segal Coaching and someone who lives with the ups and downs celiac disease (her own and her daughter’s) every day. Through this blog, Anne Marie provides insight into the gluten free lifestyle (for all those whom it may help), promotes wellness and educates those with celiac disease and their communities about this important issue affecting 1 in 133 Americans and many others worldwide.
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