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  1. anonlurkermom
    anonlurkermom August 27, 2009 at 9:29 am | | Reply

    I would just like to thank all those parents who came before me and paved the way to smooth sailing in our school district. I have a friend who had to go to the school to test and treat her son. Every day! Luckily she was a SAHM. Today, my middle school daughter totes her pump and CGM and doesn’t even go to the nurses office. At registration, I met a sixth grader, new to D and new to the school. I was happy to reassure her mother that she was in good hands.

  2. Bennet
    Bennet August 27, 2009 at 10:01 am | | Reply

    I think this little gem should have the force of a Supreem Court Ruling:

    It is one of my three wishes:

  3. ML
    ML August 28, 2009 at 10:15 am | | Reply

    Also, be sure to check out JDRF’s School Advisory Toolkit, which is a resource designed to support and empower families as they communicate with school staff throughout the year. It’s reallt helpful. You can get a copy at

  4. Enrik
    Enrik August 31, 2009 at 8:16 am | | Reply

    Information such as this is just great. Diabetes is not something we should take for granted. Educating people about this is the first step.

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