PAK Library Program
 (Toddler Time & Adult Program available) 

* For Parents, Caregivers, Teachers
and anyone who knows a child living with severe food allergies
 or other allergic diseases like Celiacs or Eosinophilic Disorders.

Topics include: 

How to recognize the warning signs of a reaction

How YOU can help children with food allergies

PAK Support Group information

A special story for the children


Cristina Stainkamp
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and ask about program information
Tel: (631) 207-1681

PAK is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and a registered charity with the State of New York.

Disclaimer: PAK is not a professional or medical organization.  It is a group of parents sharing information and supporting each other.  The discussions, meeting minutes, handouts, guest speakers, agendas, and other products of our support group do not constitute medical/legal advice and should not be relied upon as such.  Always discuss individual health questions and medical issues with a qualified personal physician. 

Does your child have severe food allergies?
 You've come to the 
right place.

NY References: 

1. Elwood Library, Commack
2. Quogue Library, Quogue
3. Connetquot Library, Bohemia 
4. Middle Country Library, Centereach
5. Sachem Library, Holbrook
6. The Bay Shore - Brightwaters Public Library,  Brightwaters
7. North Shore Public Library, Shoreham
8. Comsewogue Public Library, Port Jeff Station
9. Patchogue - Medford Library, Patchogue
10. Hauppauge Public Library, Hauppauge
11. Lindenhurst Memorial Library, Lindenhurst
12. Center Moriches Public Library, Center Moriches
13. The Riverhead Free Library, Riverhead
14. Central Islip Library, Central Islip
15. Islip Public Library, Islip