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Resources for patients

We understand it can be a large adjustment to start a gluten-free diet after a diagnosis for celiac disease. We offer many resources to help supplement and support you at home after you have seen our clinical team. In addition we have recipes, videos, and patient information through our celiac kids connection.

Educational comic book

Our patients receive a copy of Amy Goes Gluten-Free: A Young Person's Guide to Celiac Disease, a comic book developed by clinicians at Boston Children’s Hospital to help children understand celiac disease. The book is packed with pages of colorful pictures, nutrition information, and activities, and it's available when you come in for your appointment by request. Amy Goes Gluten-Free provides tips and advice for how to go gluten-free in the context of a detective storyline.


When a child has celiac disease, education is key for the whole family. By understanding the disease, parents can feel more at ease and help their children live full, happy lives.

Each of the video segments below provides practical information about celiac disease from families living with the disease and their health professionals.

Boston Children's Hospital will teach you and your family about a healthful celiac lifestyle. Education is key in making parents feel more at ease and allow children with celiac disease to live happy and productive lives.

Each of our video segments provides practical information about celiac disease from real-life families, as well as health professionals.

Video title slide: What is celiac disease?

Watch: Videos from the Celiac Disease School Action Guidelines for Education (SAGE) Training Program

Watch: Celiac Research Briefings with Jocelyn Silvester, MD, PhD, Director of Research

Managing celiac disease at school

Schedule a visit with our Boston Children’s Celiac Program team to discuss celiac disease accommodations in school. There are several federal laws that public schools and those that receive federal funding are required to follow, including the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Most private schools also have a formal documentation plan process to manage the needs of a child with celiac disease. Our team can work with you and your child’s school to set up a plan to ensure a safe and inclusive school year. Visit our meeting registration page to schedule a visit.

For 2020 voluntary recommendations for managing celiac disease in learning environments, download here.

Watch videos from the Celiac Disease School Action Guidelines for Education (SAGE) Training Program below:

Managing celiac disease in learning environments


What is celiac disease?


The gluten-free diet


Supporting social and emotional development


Federal laws that govern celiac disease


Where is gluten found in schools?


What families can expect at school