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School and Daycare from 1998

  1. Is it possible for diabetic teenagers (my daughter is 16, Type I) to spend a year at an American high school? (6 Dec 1998)
  2. Her blood sugars remain high even after taking insulin or exercising. How can this be possible? (10 Nov 1998)
  3. My daughter has been placed in an accelerated math class. Her blood sugars have been high since school started. (28 Oct 1998)
  4. My son is 11. His teacher wants to combine his morning snack and gym snack for the same time. (25 Oct 1998)
  5. My 5-year-old son's preschool teachers are reluctant to give him specific amounts of the morning snack. (22 Oct 1998)
  6. My 7 year old isn't getting enough to eat from the school's hot lunches. What do I do when she is low? (17 Oct 1998)
  7. I am a school nurse and have a 7 year old boy with Type 1 diabetes in my school. Please help with suggestions for snacks. (17 Oct 1998)
  8. My 7 year old isn't getting enough to eat from the school's hot lunches. (13 Oct 1998)
  9. Are there any scholarships for diabetics, other than the one by the Eli Lilly company? (3 Oct 1998)
  10. I am looking for information to provide a teacher on how much carbohydrates student should eat before exercise. (30 Sep 1998)
  11. My daughter just started middle school and was told all testing must be done in the office. (29 Sep 1998)
  12. Beginning this coming fall, the lunch time at school will be decreased from 1 hour to 1/2 hour. (15 Sep 1998)
  13. My daughter just started kindergarten and the school is having trouble determining who can legally care for her needs. (9 Sep 1998)
  14. How long can I realistically expect a vial of open, refrigerated, seldom-used Humalog to last? (7 Sep 1998)
  15. When transporting children on a school bus, what should the driver and attendant know and do for a child with diabetes? (7 Sep 1998)
  16. he preschool teachers tell us they can't do blood test or administer glucagon because they're not licensed. (30 Aug 1998)
  17. My 4 year old nephew will be starting school in September. What are his rights regarding his in-school care? (29 Aug 1998)
  18. Is there a general guideline for planning meals for diabetic children? I am a school food service director. (7 Aug 1998)
  19. I care for a 7 year old child with Type 1 diabetes. He started with me three months ago, and two days later, he suffered a diabetic seizure. (18 Jul 1998)
  20. My 9 year old was diagnosed 2 years ago. His teacher this year has an indifferent approach to his condition. (11 Jul 1998)
  21. I'm having problems with one teacher who does not understand that I have to go to the washroom occasionally to do a blood sugar check. (17 Jun 1998)
  22. My 14 year old son has high blood sugars after school. He won't take his lunchtime Humalog shot. (1 Jun 1998)
  23. I am looking for daycare for my newly diagnosed 18 month old son. I am having great trouble finding any places that will accept him. (25 May 1998)
  24. We are having a hard time getting the school administration to allow us access to food labels of the foods they offer for lunch. (10 May 1998)
  25. Can you give me a list of day care centers in Indianapolis? (22 Apr 1998)
  26. I am a school nurse. We have a 12 year old diabetic. I think she is manipulating her blood sugar. (17 Mar 1998)
  27. You would not believe the crap that our school system puts my daughter through. (17 Mar 1998)
  28. My son wants to attend a school field trip to Boston, which will end up being 4 nights and 5 days. (9 Mar 1998)
  29. She has kindergarten, and we are trying to figure out the best regimen for her insulin. (23 Feb 1998)
  30. I am a middle school counselor working with a 12 year old female. Can you direct me to resources to help me help her? (22 Jan 98)
  31. We have been trying to get testing in the classroom for him but have been told that there is a risk of blood borne pathogens. (6 Jan 98)

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