October 4, 2013
The doctor gives you a diagnosis, but they generally can't give you advice on how to live with it. The support and resources at KFA that make it possible to be a successful parent of a kid with food allergies. Sharing the burden with other families makes it easier to deal with the day to day realities. I'm so grateful for KFA in my life. One of the many reasons I try to pay it forward by volunteering my time with KFA to help other families deal with food allergies.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Provide more funding so they could reach even more families
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