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School and Daycare from 1999

  1. My problem mainly is my teammates. They think I'm slacking when I need to eat or test. (27 Dec 1999)
  2. My daughter is 6. Should I send her to school when her sugar is high? (26 Dec 1999)
  3. I am a school psychologist involved with a parent of young man concerned about following the school discipline policy. (15 Dec 1999)
  4. I have a diabetic student who I think is playing games with me. (22 Nov 1999)
  5. My participates in sports at her school. She has been asked to remove her medical necklace. (22 Nov 1999)
  6. If the parent requests to be included in the lunch program, what are ramifications if the school does not honor that request? (5 Nov 1999)
  7. I am a kindergarten teacher who has a little boy in my room that has been diagnosed with hypoglycemia. (2 Nov 1999)
  8. He is not taking the time to eat his mid-morning snack at school. (26 Oct 1999)
  9. Does Hypoglycemia fall under the category of diabetes when it comes to federal laws, section 504 and IDEA? (23 Oct 1999)
  10. I was told that they would be glad to give me food for the time when the cafeteria is closed. (10 Oct 1999)
  11. My 5 year old son was just diagnosed with Ketotic Hypoglycemia. (10 Oct 1999)
  12. Are there any child care facilities equipped to handle an insulin dependent toddler? (7 Oct 1999)
  13. Do you know if the ruling would apply to schools also, rather than daycare situations? (27 Sep 1999)
  14. He has type 1 diabetes and sometimes goes low when he has unplanned exercise at school. (9 Sep 1999)
  15. I cannot seem to find a place to take care of him during the day while I am at work. (21 Jul 1999)
  16. Our problem involves the private school which insists that our child present at the sick bay for all finger prick tests. (11 Jul 1999)
  17. This child's doctor states she would not want anyone in the school to give the injection except an RN. (19 Apr 1999)
  18. Would children who have recently been diagnosed and have been in mouldy portable classrooms have any health risks? (12 Apr 1999)
  19. My son is 14 years old. His A1c's have been 6 but his grades in school have dropped from A+ to B. (27 Mar 1999)
  20. Is there a connection between aggression and diabetes? (8 Mar 1999)
  21. I am having problems with the school providing snacks for my son. (3 Mar 1999)
  22. Is there a link between learning disability and diabetes? (15 Feb 1999)
  23. We have a new child with Down's syndrome at our school who was just diagnosed with Type 1. (6 Feb 1999)
  24. I have a 3 year old son with Type 1 diabetes. He will be going to school within the next couple of years. (4 Feb 1999)
  25. We are having a problem with students coming to the nurse's office to check blood sugars and take insulin if needed. (30 Jan 1999)
  26. In our current school in Virginia, the school board strictly prohibits the administration of glucagon by anyone other than an RN or MD. (30 Jan 1999)
  27. I am a preschool teacher with a 3 and a half year old girl with Type 1 diabetes in my class. (3 Jan 1999)
  28. Is it possible for diabetic teenagers (my daughter is 16, Type 1) to spend a year at an American high school? (2 Jan 1999)
  29. I was wondering if there was such a list of all books or videos for teachers or other caregivers of children with diabetes? (1 Jan 1999)

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