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School and Daycare from 2007

  1. As an LPN working at a school, am I able to treat a student that has an insulin pump or does that have to be an RN? (23 Dec 2007)
  2. What do universities typically do to insure the health of students will type 1? (18 Dec 2007)
  3. The school said my son no longer meets eligibility requirements for a 504 because of changes in the law and he needs an Individualized Health Plan. Is my son still protected? (21 May 2007)
  4. We have been battling with the school nurse all year. She recently gave my daughter 6.3 extra units of insulin. What are our options? (8 Apr 2007)
  5. My daughter's blood sugar was not checked before she took a standardized test. Do I have a legal right to insist she get another chance? (12 Mar 2007)
  6. My daughter's day care has told us we must provide a lunch based on state guidelines rather than a low carbohydrate meal, which we give to avoid a lunchtime shot. What are your thoughts? (5 Jan 2007)

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