Welcome to the Christmas edition of RISA Inc News! And what a year it’s been. We’ve got lots to celebrate this year. Read more…
Surviving the Christmas Season with Kids with Food Allergies
Christmas can be difficult with family members and friends suggesting that your child should be able to have a “treat” in the form of a high-risk allergy food. Read on for some suggestions of how to best manage the stress of food allergy this festive season.
Christmas Recipe corner – Allergy Friendly Foods for the Season
There’s some scrummy, handy recipes below. If you’ve got more, send them in to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re currently offering our book, Reflux Reality + RISA membership for only $60 AND the RISA Library is doing free postage (returns) for the month of December. Read more…
Christmas Baby Photo competition!
Educating Community Nurses in Brisbane
In what was hopefully the start of many more to come, RISA was invited by Browns Plains Child Health Community Centre (in West Brisbane) to give a presentation on paediatric reflux. Read more…
Thank you to everyone who responded to our survey. Approximately 25% of our members responded so it was a good sample and has given us some food for thought. Read more…
Local groups starting near you!
RISA has recently been in touch with all members offering to put them in touch with other members in their local areas where possible. Quite a few local groups kicked off recently or are just about to. Read more…
We have three new stories for you this month. Each is different and as usual they’re very moving. I think anyone who’s had a similar experience will appreciate reading them. Thanks to Chrissy, Fran and Lisa for the time and courage that went into writing each of them.
Read Chrissy and Evie’s story here.
Read about Chrissy and Evie’s gastroscopy here.
Read Fran, Carmen and Flynn’s story here.
Read Lisa and Lucas’ story here.
We hope you like the new online format of the newsletter. Its a front-runner to a slicker version next year. With luck it will make the bits you want to read more accessible and the bits you’re not sure about, worth a quick flick through. Big thanks to our contributors – Chrissy, Fran, Bianca, Janine and Jess T.
With our very best regards for a healthy, stress-free, happy Christmas.