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I read with interest the article by Cynthia Heinz in which she spoke to her local school board, describing a worst case scenario for a child with severe hypoglycemia. As a veteran parent with 15 years of dealing with diabetes in our local public school, I have a few things to add to the discussion.
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This is a worst case scenario.
This is the untrained trying to do the unknown.
This is 20 minutes of hell.
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In the current era of “zero tolerance,” public school students who have diabetes have been caught in a frustrating crossfire.
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In the last few months, the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) met and issued guidelines on caring for a child with diabetes at school. After their annual meeting in July, the AFT released a brochure outlining their position on diabetes care.
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It’s September, which means it’s back to school time!
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If your child has diabetes, have you worked with school staff to set up a 504 plan to accommodate your child’s special needs?
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In 1999, Crystal Jackson feared for the life of her daughter, Devin, who has type 1 diabetes.
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Every year around this time, three words that kids hate—and parents love—to hear make their way into television commercials and print ads:
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Virginia public schools must now train their employees to administer both insulin and glucagon shots to children with diabetes.
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