250K an information hub for young people living with severe allergies

The teen hub about severe allergies 250KThe new website - ‘250K – An information hub for the 250,000 young Australians living with severe allergieswww.250K.org.au - aims to provide age-appropriate information and resources to assist young people who are living with severe allergies, and to help them feel more connected with other teens and young adults going through similar experiences in a fun but informative way.

The website has a fun and cutting-edge look and feel, and was designed by young people for young people.

The 250K website is also supported by a slide set that schools will be able to access to help increase awareness about severe allergies.

The slide set is available at https://allergyfacts.org.au/allergy-management/13-18-years/250k-living-with-severe-allergies 

If you would like to receive bookmarks for distribution, please visit https://allergyfacts.org.au/shop/medication-training-accessories/250k-bookmarks-x10

 

Content updated 26 June 2017

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