We have now launched our YouTube channel which plays host to a range of films about the work of the Anaphylaxis Campaign and also guidance on managing severe allergies. It also features candid interviews with some of our members talking about life with anaphylaxis.
All the films below are also available to view on our YouTube channel.
This video gives guidance on what to do in the event of a severe reaction – think ABCDE.
Enjoy the highlights from our 20th Anniversary Event held on Monday 8th September 2014
Watch this for information about the Anaphylaxis Campaign and our work.
See Professor John Warner OBE give a clinical explanation of allergy and anaphylaxis.
Caitlin (10) has a severe nut allergy. Here she tells us how she manages her allergy with her family’s support and what coping strategies work for her.
Kerry is mum to Caitlin, who has a severe, life threatening allergy to peanuts. The whole family are members of the Anaphylaxis Campaign. Here, she tells us about the difficulties of bringing up a child with severe allergy and how the Anaphylaxis Campaign can help.
Jacqui suddenly developed her severe allergies as an adult.
Here she tells us about this experience and the challenges the allergies have brought to her life.
This short film features Helen, a university student in her final year, talking about her experiences of attending university while managing her severe nut allergy. Helen proves that while scary, it can be done.
Here John Schwab tells the true story of his young son’s severe reaction whilst on a family holiday.
John Schwab is an actor, producer and musician and an active supporter of the Anaphylaxis Campaign.
Click here to find out more about the film’s star, John.
This short film sees young members of the Anaphylaxis Campaign discuss their experiences of growing up with the condition.
Speaking of their individual conditions the real-life teens cover a vast array of topics on how they are successfully learning to manage their allergy independently, whilst still enjoying a normal life with friends and family.