Questions? Contact our Teen Group:
We are a new group and our aim is to bring teens / young adults together to share our experiences and make some new friends. We recently had a teen party for Halloween and had fun playing games & enjoying GF pizza after we trunk or treated. If you have some ideas for the group - please email us on the contact form to the left of this page.
Cooking Class August 27th!
(Limited Space Available due to nature of class - Purchase Class using buttons below)
TCCSG is subsidizing $30 towards the cost of this cooking class for member families and $20 towards the cost for non-member families. TCCSG is paying Simply Scrumptious $50 per teen for this class. If you are not a member and would like to become a member, please click here.
If you'd rather purchase the class with a check, please send teen name, age, contact info and a check (made payable to TCCSG) to: TCCSG, PO Box 301, Northville, MI 48167-0301 (your spot will be held once payment is received) After you sign up, we will send a waiver to be filled out and brought with the teen at the start of the class.
Member Teen Cooking Class (Price per teen: $20.51 ($20 plus Pay Pal Fee)) - "Member" means someone living at your address has an active (unexpired) TCCSG membership
Non-Member Teen Cooking Class (Price: $30.77 ($30 plus Pay Pal Fee))
College - How can I go to college with Celiac Disease?
University of Connecticut does an amazing job with gluten free for their students (including a GF bakery!!). Listen to how they did it! Learn tips on what to ask colleges and what to look for.
Resources for Teens
Casey Cromwell is the creator of Casey the College Celiac, a blog that explores life in college (and now grad school) with celiac disease. She began her blog at age 16 after she was diagnosed with celiac disease and couldn't find a lot of information about eating gluten free in college. Since then, her blog has expanded from practical tips about going to college on a gluten free diet to also including gluten free, vegan and paleo recipes, restaurant and product reviews, and topics related to general health and wellness. Her goal is to put a positive spin on living with chronic illness, whether it's by writing a humorous blog post about "eight hilariously accurate reasons to date someone with celiac disease" to sharing how going gluten free has changed her life for the better. Besides her website, you can find Casey on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter!