Being a working mom of a son who has severe allergies can be very challenging. I have to trust that my son's daycare providers, grandparents, teachers and babysitters will remember all of the important information about his allergies and how to handle and emergency. This app has allowed us to provide all of his caretakers with his allergy action plan in a very easy way, regardless of whether they are 16 or 73. I am no longer worried that the piece of paper with his epi pen with somehow disappear. The app has three tabs which allow for caretakers to easily assess and respond to any questionable emergencies. The first tab, symptoms, is really useful for the person who might be really unfamiliar with the signs of anaphylaxis/allergic reactions. The tab for treatment walks you through the steps you have set up in the action plan in the event of a reaction, including how to administer an epi pen. An lastly, the emergency contacts allows for caretakers to easily get in touch with the contacts you have listed in the plan. This plan has set my family's mind at ease. I am thankful for it and would highly recommend it.
Not free You can't do anything without paying $6. You can't even add a plan. Great idea though, hopefully it will be free soon.
- Simplified the share feature by removing in-app purchase
- Added 911 to the call list
- Made treatment section easier to read
- Incorporated FDA updates to epi-pen protocol
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