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Member Since 18 Sep 2013
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 07:50 PM

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In Topic: Do Your Pets Eat Gluten Free?

Yesterday, 07:51 PM

We have one old lab that is on gluten-free food (Costco) and gluten-free "treats" (Costco dried chicken breasts that I tear into smaller pieces).  Because the celiacs in the house are still young I didn't want their hands near any gluteny foods.


For the record, the dog's coat has never looked better!

In Topic: 504 Question

20 January 2015 - 07:36 PM

I was wondering about this too. Would this help for missing days of school because of celiac pain? My daughter was diagnosed a couple of months ago and has missed quite a few days already because of it. What else is it good for?

It's also good to have a "same page" mentality.  If you talk to the teacher about unrestricted bathroom access and she abides.  Great.  But what about when a sub shows up, your kid has an issue and runs out of the room?  That's not fair to the kid that everybody doesn't follow the same rules.

In Topic: 504 Question

20 January 2015 - 07:34 PM

The letter from her physician with her DX listed as celiac is all you need to get a 504.  How badly do you want to fight for it?

In Topic: 504 Question

20 January 2015 - 08:32 AM

The cafeteria wipes down tables with their old dirty rag, so my kid owns her own health. A thing of wipes is attached to the wall for her to grab one and use (school provided). She also keeps a container in her desk, just in case (mom provided).

Like Stephanie said - figure out what you need and go from there. And be ready to put in the leg work b/c you're the one that will be dealing with the specials teachers to check supplies.

The biggest thing is getting your kid to advocate for herself. She will get there.

In Topic: 8 Year Old - Behavior Issues And Anxiety

19 January 2015 - 07:34 PM

My oldest is a super social kid that can make friends with a brick wall.  She was also so worried about this stuff.  You're going to become a pro at making gluten-free pizza for parties...and gluten-free cupcakes.  Michael's has an awesome cupcake decorating class so they look fancy like a pro shop. :)


Sorry about the possible DX, though.  Those first months suck!  Come hang with us in the parent forum.  You'll get a lot of BTDT advice.