Allergy & Asthma Network Mothers of Asthmatics (AANMA)

USAnaphylaxis_6-24-14Is your school prepared to identify and respond to a life-threatening allergic
reaction for students with or without an allergy management plan?

Many states are passing laws requiring anaphylaxis emergency preparedness plans
that permit schools to stock emergency supplies of epinephrine auto-injectors.

Click on your state to learn more!

 

Green states have passed stock epinephrine laws or regulations:
AlabamaAlaska, Arkansas, ArizonaCalifornia, Colorado, ConnecticutFlorida, Georgia, IdahoIllinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, MaineMaryland, MassachusettsMichigan, Minnesota, MississippiMissouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New MexicoNorth DakotaOhioOklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South DakotaTennessee, Utah, Virginia, VermontWashington, West VirginiaWisconsin and Wyoming
Yellow states have pending stock epinephrine bills: 
DelawareNew Jersey, New York, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania
Red states have no stock epinephrine bills:
HawaiiIowaNew HampshireRhode Island, and Texas

No matter what color your state, there is still work to be done in statehouses, legislatures and schools as lawmakers and policymakers develop law and implement policies.

Contact AANMA to get involved: ace@aanma.org


Community ACE Teams Offer Free Support

AANMA’s Anaphylaxis Community Expert (ACE) teams around the country offer free awareness and training programs for schools, parents, caregivers and community groups. Check state listings for teams where you live.

No team in your area?  Allergists, school nurses and parents form our specially trained volunteer teams.  Contact ace@aanma.org for information on setting one up!  It’s simple and we provide training and resources.

Anaphylaxis Community Experts is a national, award-winning education, advocacy and outreach program created, developed and hosted by AANMA in partnership with the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, sponsored by Mylan Specialty L.P.