Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Do you have a babysitter plan?

Kids with Food allergies posted this great babysitter plan that I would like to use when we have a sitter. We haven't trusted anyone to babysit Nathan, but now that is is getting older I think we are ready to try a neighborhood girl.
http://www.kidswithfoodallergies.org/babysitter_form.htmle Guide: Food Allergy Babysitter and Drop off Form


Food Allergy Babysitter and Drop-Off Child Care Form


Free! Download, print and use this form created for you by a collaborative effort of Kids With Food Allergies Foundation and AllergyHome.org, written by Michael Pistiner, MD, MMSc, edited by John Lee, MD. 

Guide to review key food allergy management principles and to inform other caretakers about your child's specific food allergies. Handy reference for playdates, birthday parties, and other drop-off situations.

"Created to help teach friends, family, babysitters and others responsible for the care of children with food allergies."


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2 comments:

Jane said...

Honestly, I would not baby sit for a child with anaphylactic allergies, too much responsibility and anxiety.

Kimberly said...

Thanks for this! We have a NUT FREE child and this will really help!