We received my son's pump today and he is of course anxious to get started. Unfortunately, our nurse at our endo's office who would do the training just told us she is leaving in three weeks. She can do the saline end of next week and insulin the week after but then would be gone the week after that. It doesn't seem to make sense to me to train with her if she is leaving, so I asked if we should train with our new nurse so she gets to know us, his settings, as she will be our go to person the important first few weeks he is on the pump and obv. thereafter as well. Well, the new nurse can't see us until the end of March. W will not be pleased. What would you do? I imagine we can train sooner with Medtronic people, as they are training us on CGM separately from our endo's office. However, we still have the transitioning nurse issue. Not having gone through this before it's hard to imagine how much support we will need especially initially and whether it just makes sense to wait. Any words of wisdom?