I am sure this has been asked a million times, I tried to do a search but didn't come up with anything. My recently graduated from high school T1 daughter got her first summer job this week while waiting for college to start this fall. She doesn't drive (not due to D but due to damage done from epilepsy when she was younger). She is working as a sacker at a grocery store nearby. They have this policy of no personal items brought to work, no phones, no purses, no anything. An ex coworker of mine is actually going to be training her (suggested she get the job because she understands her needs a little more) So of course K is a little overwhelmed and nervous about not having her phone and not having her purse. I said, that there are always exceptions to the rule. I texted my friend (which I need to not do since I know she needs to work this out herself) she said.. there is a little mailbox with her name that is not secure that she can keep her meter in and she can check on her 15 min break 2.5 hours into her shifts, if I am working she can keep whatever she needs in my office which is closer to her. This is a huge grocery store, so it isn't like there is a lot of down time or only a couple of people in there at a time. Sometimes when I am shopping there I feel like it is black friday with the lines and the amount of people there.. it is insane. So, what would you have her do? I am thinking just keeping something to treat lows on her and if she feels anything just treat and then she can deal with checking and numbers and corrections later?