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Living with Celiac Virtual Meet-Up1
July 18, 2024

Living with Celiac Virtual Meet-Up

Free Online Community Event

Are you diagnosed with celiac disease? Join the Celiac Disease Foundation and experts in the community for our monthly “Living with Celiac Virtual Meet-Up.” During this one-hour session, you’ll gain valuable insights from celiac experts who will provide practical tips, resources, and guidance on thriving with your diagnosis. And you’ll meet others who are navigating the gluten-free diet, share your experiences, questions, and triumphs in a supportive and understanding environment. Topics will vary by month.

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Celiac Camp for Children1
July 15–20, 2024

Celiac Camp for Children

Register February 1-14 for California Camp July 15-20

Camp Celiac serves children ages 9-15 years old by the date of camp who have been diagnosed by an MD with celiac disease or gluten intolerance. Register by February 14 for priority status for the in-person camp session Monday, July 15, to Saturday, July 20. Campers age 16 at the time of Camp entering 10th grade or lower may choose to register as a junior counselor or camper. Campers ages 16-17 who are entering 11th grade or higher must register as a junior counselor. There is no cost to attend other than the $25 non-refundable registration fee (waivers available by writing [email protected]).

Register February 1-14
Celiac Disease Foundation School Support Session1
July 3, 2024

Celiac Disease Foundation School Support Session

Free Online Group Meeting for Families

Having a structured 504 Plan in place is crucial for all students with celiac disease, especially those attending public schools or those that receive federal funding. The Celiac Disease Foundation School Support Sessions in partnership with Boston Children’s Hospital will be held monthly and open to all parents of a child with celiac disease in the United States. Each session will be led by an on expert on setting up 504 plans specific to celiac disease and will cover federal laws and regulations that govern this autoimmune disease, the appropriate type of plan to set up, reasonable accommodations, and how to get individual support for your family. This meeting is appropriate for families with a child of any age including early childhood through college.

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