We worked with the Endo last week to come up with a basal / correction profile to deal with Emma's Tuesday's. She is homeschooled and the only child at home, so our regular days actually involve a lot of sitting. But Tuesday involves a homeschool co-op AND almost 3 hours of dance class. Needless to say she goes low - even with a reduced basal. So, we set up a new basal profile that was a reduction of 80% of her basal from normal from 3:30 until 8:15 - 1 hour before dance class until dance was over. We then changed the basal to be about a reduction of 60% of normal basal from 8:15pm to 3:00am to deal with post-exercise lows. We also DOUBLED her correction ISF from 55 to 100. She was still low for most of dance class and until about 1am, even with multiple low treatments. She did go up about 4am, so I'll see if maybe I can reset the basal sooner, but the correction (at the new 100 ISF rate) that we gave her for going over 200 dropped her to below 70. So, even with only 20% of her basal for dance and 40% for another 7 hours, we couldn't keep her from going low She did start at the low end of range and had gone low at our homeschool co-op, so one thing I think I'll do is start the reduced basal at lunchtime instead of 4:30 to help combat the early afternoon lows she seems to have at co-op. But gosh, we really didn't want to drop the basal down more than 20% because that's barely any basal, and honestly, I don't know the lowest setting I can go but 0.100 might be it! We have 7 weeks of co-op and about 14 weeks of dance left and I feel like that I won't get this figured out until June when dance is over!! Frustrating!