San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Ninth Annual Teen Summit is a 3-day event that gives teens living with food allergies a chance to meet with other teens from across the country. Pre-teens and teens age 11-22 are invited to attend, and we will cover topics that are relevant and important to them:
- social experiences and peer pressure
- dining out and traveling
- knowing how to be your own advocate
- friendships and dating
- navigating high school
- preparing for college and more!
Teen Summit participants get to spend time with people in their own age group through special breakout sessions for middle school and high school, plus evening social activities that are food allergy friendly and fun! We also will have a sibling and parent track for family members to share their experiences and learn from some of our great speakers.
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When & Where
Food Allergy Research & Education
Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) works on behalf of the 15 million Americans with food allergies, including all those at risk for life-threatening anaphylaxis. This potentially deadly disease affects 1 in every 13 children in the U.S. – or roughly two in every classroom. FARE’s mission is to improve the quality of life and the health of individuals with food allergies, and to provide them hope through the promise of new treatments.Our work is organized around three core tenets:
LIFE. Support the ability of individuals with food allergies to live safe, productive lives with the respect of others through our education and advocacy initiaties.
HEALTH. Enhance the healthcare access of individuals with food allergies to state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment.
HOPE. Encourage and fund research in both industry and academia that promises new therapies to improve the allergic condition.