Chronic Mom's Podcast

Meet Leah

April 24, 2020 Chronic Mom Season 4 Episode 1
Chronic Mom's Podcast
Meet Leah
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Chronic Mom's Podcast
Meet Leah
Apr 24, 2020 Season 4 Episode 1
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Leah's extensive background in food allergies includes years of working in patient advocacy at a national non profit (Food Allergy Research and Education), rewriting food policies for top schools in Atlanta, and being a founding member of The Training Epinephrine Administrators in Medication Coalition (TEAM) in Washington, DC.

When she's not advocating for patients and their families, she's spending quality time with her husband and two sons, one of whom was diagnosed with eight life threatening food allergies when he was just 6 months old. His journey inspired her to create her institute and provide critical support to food-allergic individuals everywhere so that safety and inclusion become their new norm. 

Today we talk a little bit about her involvement in the food allergy world, mom burn out when raising children with special/chronic needs, and how we can better advocate for ourselves. Follow her on IG and head to https://www.foodallergyinstitute.com/ for more information and ways you can educate yourself better and find the help you are looking for. You can also download the free burnout quiz and schedule a free 20 minute consultation on the website. Don't fight alone, you have a whole tribe ready to hold you up.  

Website: https://www.foodallergyinstitute.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefoodallergyinstitute/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foodallergyinstitute/



https://linktr.ee/ilenabickley

Show Notes

Leah's extensive background in food allergies includes years of working in patient advocacy at a national non profit (Food Allergy Research and Education), rewriting food policies for top schools in Atlanta, and being a founding member of The Training Epinephrine Administrators in Medication Coalition (TEAM) in Washington, DC.

When she's not advocating for patients and their families, she's spending quality time with her husband and two sons, one of whom was diagnosed with eight life threatening food allergies when he was just 6 months old. His journey inspired her to create her institute and provide critical support to food-allergic individuals everywhere so that safety and inclusion become their new norm. 

Today we talk a little bit about her involvement in the food allergy world, mom burn out when raising children with special/chronic needs, and how we can better advocate for ourselves. Follow her on IG and head to https://www.foodallergyinstitute.com/ for more information and ways you can educate yourself better and find the help you are looking for. You can also download the free burnout quiz and schedule a free 20 minute consultation on the website. Don't fight alone, you have a whole tribe ready to hold you up.  

Website: https://www.foodallergyinstitute.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefoodallergyinstitute/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foodallergyinstitute/



https://linktr.ee/ilenabickley