Celiac Kid Stuff – Stickers, Wristbands & Magnets for Kids, Parents & Caregivers
Empowering Kids to Speak Up about Celiac Disease and the Gluten Free Diet – Without Saying a Word!
- “When my celiac daughter was young I was forever getting out the masking tape and a marker to place messages on her food that was leaving the house. I had her wear a medic alert bracelet that she could use to show adults that her food was special. Celiac Kid Stuff stickers and wristbands would have been just the thing to help me and my daughter those many years ago.” Celiac Kid Stuff Creator, Sue Jennett
Listen to Sue Jennett & Ellen Bayens discuss Celiac Kid Stuff on ‘A Canadian Celiac Podcast.’ (starts at 15 minutes & 40 seconds.)
Stickers & wristbands ‘stick up’ for your child when you aren’t there to protect them! Their health is worth it!
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• $7.50 for a sheet of 24 labels that are 1 1/2″ square , on white with “matte” write-on finish
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• $7.50 per silicone wristband sized at 7″, perfect for kids 5-12.
• Save 10% on orders over $20 – discount applied at checkout
• Free shipping in Canada & the US
**Celiac Kid Stuff is donating 10% of wristband sales within Canada to the Canadian Celiac Association.**
- COMPLETE COLLECTION
- STICKERS FOR KIDS
- COOL STUFF COLLECTIONS
- Blue Wristband for Adults
- Purple Wristband / Green Wristband
- Wristband, Magnet & 2 Tough Vinyl Stickers – GREEN / PURPLE
- Wristband & Sticker Sample Pack – GREEN / PURPLE
- STICKERS FOR PARENTS & CAREGIVERS
Green Wristband Sample Pack – $10
This is an option if you want the green wristband and like all the stickers but can’t make up your mind. Get the green wristband and one of each of the six stickers featured for kids and parents/caregivers (six stickers in total). The wristband empowers your Celiac Kid to let everyone know they are special. By trying the stickers you can see how powerful these little signs to identify gluten free food and keep it special for you or your child. Click here to learn more …
Purple Wristband Sample Pack – $10
If you love the purple wristband, but can’t decide which sticker sheet works best for you, this is your ultimate option. You get the purple wristband along with one of each of the stickers featured for kids and parents/caregivers (six stickers in total). The wristband empowers your Celiac Kid to let everyone know they are special. By trying the stickers you can see how powerful these little signs to identify gluten free food and keep it special for you or your child. Click here to learn more …
WRISTBAND, MAGNET & TOUGH VINYL STICKERS – $10
Green Wristband Magnet & Tough Vinyl Stickers
Purple Wristband Magnet & Tough Vinyl Stickers
Magnets are a fun way for kids to use and re-use the message that “My Food is Special Just like Me!“. Magnets go so many more places besides fridges, maybe a metallic water bottle, food containers or school locker – kids are so creative. These magnets are weather resistant.
Along with the magnet are two stickers that are made from tough vinyl, are weather resistant and suitable for placing on backpacks, or almost anywhere else.
STICKERS FOR KIDS
Kids have unique challenges with the gluten-free diet. So much is out of their control. Adults around them have different levels of understanding of what gluten free is. Kids need to let everyone around them know about their food restrictions, but are often not able to speak up and use the right words to convey the importance of a strict gluten free diet. Click here to learn more …
I’m a Celiac Kid & this is My Stuff
Kids need to let everyone around them know about their food restrictions, but are often not able to speak up and use the right words to convey the importance of a strict gluten free diet. Celiac Kid Stuff stickers do the talking for them. Click here to learn more …
My Food is Special Just Like Me
Allowing kids to be proud about their health and the healthy diet that supports them is something that instills confidence, and encourages kids to reach a little further in both physical and social challenges. Click here to learn more …
Hands off My Gluten Free Stuff
These stickers are about kid power, or more precisely, Celiac Kid power. They are special, their diet is special and its okay to be protective of their food. It’s difficult to teach children not to touch or reach for someone else’s food, and those on a special diet must continually get this message out to their friends and anyone who has access their designated food. By placing a Celiac Kid Stuff sticker on the food, there is no confusion – this is gluten free and meant for someone special. Click here to learn more …
WRIST BANDS For ADULTS – I Have Celiac Disease • I Can’t Eat Gluten
Adult Size with an Adult Message. Great identifier for a senior who may not be able to speak up for him/herself. Family members and friends are often more inclined to support the gluten free diet when they see the need in print, worn on the wrist. This blue silicone wristband is lettered in black for easy reading. Silicone wristbands are made from 100% silicone and are lead and latex-free. This makes them a preferred, safe choice for those with sensitive skin or allergies. Two messages appear on the wristband, along with the website information on the inside. Click here to learn more …
WRIST BANDS – I’m a Celiac Kid • I Can’t Eat Gluten
Kids love to show who they are! Celiac Kid Stuff Wristbands send the right message in a cool way. Kids love to wear identifiers that show their individuality. Celiac Kid Stuff Wristbands let them say they are celiac and must eat gluten free in a cool way, without saying a word. Click here to learn more …
Purple Wristbands / Green Wristbands
STICKERS FOR PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS
Have you ever tried to send your child with a snack, when you knew a well-meaning adult was providing snacks to the other kids in a group. A Celiac Kid Stuff sticker will let the adult in charge know that your child is doing the right thing and eating the food that was sent specifically for them. The adult will respect the different food choice more.
Once you remove a food from the packaging, all the product information, ingredient lists, and certifications are lost. Using one of the identity stickers allows you to let anyone know this food is special, even out of its original packaging, and should be kept for the child whose name is on it. Click here to learn more …
Prepared with Care to be Free From Gluten
This sticker can be used to alert others that the food is gluten free, but space has also been left to write in other allergens/sensitivities. You may have made cupcakes that were gluten as well as dairy free – now is your chance to identify them. If you like baking, you may want to bake for a bake sale, or to bring to someone who has gluten issues, and also other sensitivities – these are the stickers for YOU! Click here to learn more …
This Gluten Free Food Belongs to _________
Teachers at school and day care are challenged with the many different food allergies and restrictions of their young students, many of whom don’t understand their food is special. A simple Celiac Kid Stuff sticker is all the teacher needs to set your child’s snack apart and ensure it’s delivered sealed in its package with a sticker, without other hands touching it. Click here to learn more …
Save This Gluten Free Snack for _________
How often have you sent food with your child to a birthday party or sleepover, only to suspect after the event that something went wrong. Maybe the gluten free cupcake was put on a plate with other gluten goodies, or worse, misplaced in the confusion of the moment. Maybe, you handed the food to one adult, and the instruction chain was broken when another adult was responsible for giving it to your child. An identity sticker can solve the problem. It conveys just the right amount of authority and importance to the adult responsible for giving it to your child. Click here to learn more …
Ellen Bayens and Sue Jennett have great insights into the challenges faced by celiac patients, having been diagnosed with the disease decades ago. They have a particular interest in the unique issues of children and families, identifying resources that might make being a celiac child just that bit easier. They saw a gap in the market and from those discussions, Celiac Kid Stuff was born. Ellen and Sue are excited to bring these helpful aids to children, parents and caregivers alike.
Ellen produces valuable information for those on a gluten free diet on her website www.theceliacscene.com, with current articles, studies and importantly, safe places to eat and buy food, in Victoria, Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. She also provides the most comprehensive listing for celiac-friendly fast food chains across Canada and the United States! Ellen has educated thousands of newly diagnosed celiacs and their families , helping them to navigate the challenges of the gluten free diet. A significant presence on social media, Ellen keeps her fingers on the pulse of current issues about both celiac disease and gluten free. Learn more about Ellen here …
Ellen’s Website & Social Media
• The Celiac Scene • Facebook • Twitter • Instagram
• Facebook Support Group for Parents of Celiacs and Celiac Parents – Ask to Join!
• Contact Ellen
Sue currently produces two podcasts about celiac disease and the gluten free diet, the most popular being A Canadian Celiac Podcast, where she interviews doctors, food producers, dietitians and notable regular people about celiac disease and gluten-free diet. Sue owned and operated a gluten-free bakery for more than ten years and hosted a gluten-free baking show on her local community television station for two seasons. Sue has a grown daughter with celiac disease who was diagnosed prior to her fifth birthday. As well, Sue has organized summer camps for celiac kids for five summers. Learn more about Sue here …
Sue’s Websites and Social Media
• A Canadian Celiac Podcast Podcast • A Canadian Celiac Podcast Blog
• Sue’s Gluten-Free Baking Website • You Tube Channel • Instagram
• Sue’s Gluten Free Weigh In Podcast • Instagram
• Contact Sue