A diagnosis from the Dr. is all you need for a 504 plan. They do not need anything more than that and if they say they do you should talk to her OCR about it. Your child qualifies for a 504 and if the school is refusing, as long as it's a public school or they recieve any public funding, they can get in BIG trouble if they don't provide one!
Sounds like your Dr. is savvy to NOT speak to the school. Have you sent a writer request for he 504? They have 30 days to have an eligibility meeting at which time you can supply documentation from you child's Dr. about the diagnosis. Perhaps you've done all this so I'll stop talking your ear off
All his to say, unless the school is paying for your child's medical treatment, they have no need to speak to your Dr. directly!
Bartfull, an allergy is a typically immediacy to 2 hour after ingestion issue mediated by IgE immunoglobulin. It DOES NOT have to be breathing that is hindered to be an allergy. There are many other signs of an IgE allergy like hives, swelling, GI issues and possibly breathing. A lot of people assume it's just breathing but it's really more than that.
You can be allergic to wheat but gluten is usually a sensitivity if it's not Celiac disease.
It's a tough transition but you will get it Mama's! My DS was dx 3ish years ago. Please let me know if I can help you at all. There are so many people here with such a huge amount of knowledge it's really amazing!
I would NOT ever give my kids school permission to speak to any of his healthcare providers. They don't need access to them for a504 plan and it can really backfire. Many Dr's understand the disease itself but do not understand how to live with it much less the ins and outs of dealing with it at school. They ideas they have May not be what your kiddo needs and I have seen things go really wrong for parents when the schools have access to the Dr's.