I need one design so it can be carried forward to multiple pages. I am still working on the content.
This is how the pages should be organized:
I will want to link with a facebook page. I'm also on linkedin, twitter, and google+.
I would like to have a potential blog connected to word press or some other content management system. I am open for suggestions.
Here are some marketing ideas I am working on to draw in readers, but I am still working on the content and need to come up with some general categories broad enough so a reader will look at it and say "that's what I need". I want to make sure the menu is broad enough. Some of these things are too specific, but it might help you with a design.
General statement: How people will feel better when they are working with me.
Each coaching session will be custom designed for each client, and I will work with clients to understand what their needs are.
Questions to entice readers:
• Has your baby or child recently been diagnosed with food allergies?
• Are you already working with a pediatrician or allergist, but still need additional support?
• Are you overwhelmed by resources and available food allergy information?
• Could you use some additional emotional support?
• Do you need personal guidance or help putting your life into perspective?
• Do you need someone to help you advocate for your specific needs?
• Do you need help keeping your child safe?
• Would you like to learn how your family can live with food allergies and still have a happy and safe lifestyle?
• In home consultation
• Help with recipes and food substitutions.
• Help with food shopping, discovering new foods and reading labels.
• Advocate throughout child's social development:
• How to handle playdates, carpools, birthday parties, camp, enrichment programs,
• babysitters, and family gatherings.
• Help you advocate for your child during school enrollment and ongoing safety issues.
• Help you educate friends and family you and your child love.
• Help you make reasonable decisions during vacation planning.
• Help you anticipate the need for communication and flexibility while traveling.
• Help choosing restaurants and communicating with food service handlers.
• Coping •
Learning about your child's food allergies can be overwhelming and stressful.
You can get personal advice from someone who has been advocating for her child with food allergies since 2003.
Holli can help you navigate through the initial trauma and crisis that occurs in keeping your child safe, and
the ongoing steps that continually challenge you and your child as s/he grows.
The older your child is, the more independent s/he will become and the more autonomy means the more possibility!