We have considered something similiar to this in the past. When Emma's having issues that require an IV, the hospital just seems to make her sicker, so I wanted to use a home-health agency to come over and start the IV at home. I was told no doc in the world will want to put a small child with diabetes under their supervision in a home-health situation.
Type 1 Diabetic since 2001. Minimed 722 with Apidra and CGMS.
Dad of Emma, age 10, diagnosed at 9 months pumping with MM REVEL CGMS and Novolog. She also has been diagnosed with Hashimoto's Disease, Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, Glomerular Nephritis, Multiple-Autoimmune Complex, along with lots of other stuff that makes doctors shrug and say "I dunno."
Brenden, age 16. Tuba and bass player extraordinaire.
Husband of Emmasmom.