Caregivers get allergy training from government

From Sydney, Australia’s The Australian: “Victoria will become the first state to ensure childcare workers and kindergarten and school teachers are trained in the treatment of children with life-threatening allergies. The Bracks Government announced yesterday it would pass legislation to make it compulsory for all staff in early childhood centres and the majority of staff in schools to be trained in the treatment of children at risk of anaphylactic shock — a sudden, severe and potentially fatal allergic reaction often caused by peanuts or shellfish.” Read more here.

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