ELL Announces Official Launch of the Protect Allergic Children (PAC) Program

0

Certified consultants will be trained to provide education and support services to schools, daycare facilities, camps and families to better protect food allergic children. August 9th, 2009 will mark the launch of the regional training sessions in which registered and pre-qualified ELL consultant candidates will gather for an in-person training session on the ELL training content entitled Protect Allergic Children (PAC) Program. Chicago will be the designated location for this event.

The PAC Program includes 2 separate training manuals; one provides training services to educational/recreational facilities and the other provides guidance to families of food allergic children.
A portion of the content supporting the PAC Program has been licensed from Safe@School Partners, Inc. the leading nationally recognized program dedicated exclusively to educating schools, camps and daycares on food allergy safety.  

ELL has supplemented this information to create 2 extensive service offerings.

PAC Services: Educational & Recreational Environments

  • Creating a Safe Learning Environment to Protect Food Allergic Students
  • Educating the Classmates
  • Medication Administration Training
  • 504 Plan Assistance
  • Safety at School Parties/Events-School Resource
  • What’s for Lunch? Nutritional Allergy-Free Meals and Menu Plans for School Kitchens (Offered by ELL Specialized Dieticians)
  • Products

PAC Services: Food Allergic Families

  • How to Create a Safe Home
  • Training of a Caregiver
  • Medication Administration Training
  • Ensuring the School is a Safe Environment
  • 504 Creation Assistance
  • Figurefacts for Food Allergies (Individualized Nutritional & Maintenance Plan by ELL Specialized Registered Dietician)
  • Products

While Chicago will be the location of the launch the first group of certified resources, ELL will also follow with trainings in other areas in October, 2009, February and April, 2010.

  • Some of the high-level specifications of the Program include the following:
  • ELL consultant candidates will attend an in-person training session sponsored by ELL. Safe@School Partners, Inc., ELL and FigureFacts will each participate in the session by delivering the training of its respective content. Medical and educational experts will also participate to offer valuable insight.
  • ALL ELL Consultants will be certified in the use and training of the PAC materials
  • Consultants will work as independent contractors of ELL and will be compensated for all services provided
  • ELL Consultants will be offered designated territories to provide services
  • All PAC program assignments offered to certified ELL Consultants can be accepted or not based on availability/schedules, etc.

Those interested in participating in the PAC Program can register for information and/or consideration as an ELL Consultant at http://ellfoundation.org/join-our-consultant-network/.

About Author

Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Senior Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

Leave A Reply