Twinject Action Plan
This section includes useful reference sheets that you can print and distribute to share vital information with people who need to know.
You’re here because you, your child, a relative or someone you know is susceptible to severe allergic reactions. Knowledge is an excellent thing and is your greatest asset in dealing effectively with anaphylaxis – knowing what the triggers are, how to recognize the symptoms and how and when to administer epinephrine with Twinject.
We also recommend that you create a caring assistant list and invite them to enrol to our “Be Ready” program to make sure they know about your allergies. You can also order a Twinject demonstrator to become thoroughly familiar with the injection technique.
Complete the Emergency Action Plan and give a copy to each of your child's caregivers. You may want to keep a copy of this form with your child's Twinject auto-injector as well. If you have any questions, be sure to discuss the Emergency Action Plan with your doctor.
- My allergy factsheet (PDF - 202KB)
- My child’s allergy factsheet (PDF - 152KB)
- Wallet-size cue card with tips on eating out, reading food labels and travelling (PDF - 280KB)
- Download the Allergist's recommendations video (7650KB)