According to Allergy UK 50% of children in the UK suffer from allergies. Unfortunately this means it’s very likely that you’ll care for a child at some point who suffers from an allergic condition. Given this, as Allergy UK says, the ability to understand allergic conditions and deal with sudden or severe symptoms, is fast becoming an essential part of childcare.
Most likely you ask if the parent/carer if their child has an allergy at the start of the childminding relationship – but what do you do if the answer is ‘yes’?
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