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Educational Video Library

Early Childhood Videos

Do you live or work with an infant, toddler or preschool-aged child? Does this child have a food allergy OR a friend with a food allergy? This stage of child development requires vigilant adult observation and nurturing whether children are cared for and educated at home or in a daycare or preschool setting. Dr. Ruchi Gupta and the team at Northwestern University’s Center for Food Allergy and Asthma Research (CFAAR) studied the needs of early childhood professionals and parents and created food allergy education videos to help young children, parents and providers navigate these unique years.

Student Asthma Videos

Made by high schoolers at Francis W. Parker School's Community Research and Medicine club (CRM), this video serves as an educational tool for kids with asthma and friends of kids with asthma. This video teaches kids with asthma how to properly manage their condition and teaches everyday community members the proper steps to take when a friend is going through an Asthma attack.


CFAAR Webinar Video

Allergy Insights 360 is a discussion series exploring life with food allergies and asthma from different perspectives, helping families learn and live life with confidence. In this discussion, we'll focus on "Navigating the Aftermath of Anaphylaxis." The goal is to share insights on anaphylaxis and its potential impact post-reaction on the mental and emotional well-being of people with food allergies and their families by presenting CFAAR research and the lived experience of those impacted by FA. 

IREACH Training Video and Handouts

Parent/Caregiver Solid Food and Peanut Introduction Handout


Pediatric Clinician Atopic Dermatitis Severity Scorecard



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