Opinions on peanut allergies? My DS has a fatal peanut allergy. In order to "qualify" as an allergy you must have levels over 5. My son's level is over 100. It's off the chart so can't be measured. The scary and frutrating part is that his school is beyond clueless, difficult and everyday I fear that something is going to happen and my son is going to end up dying on the floor of his classroom. We just secured protection under section 504 but nonetheless, given all the allergies in today's world, you would think schools would be more amenable to working with parents to avoid liability. I understand that other parents get frustrated and annoyed by accommodations that have to be made in classroom but that's life.
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04.12.11, 10:45 AM