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Testing in the classroom in Massachusetts

Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by michtroy, Aug 24, 2014.

  1. michtroy

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    My daughter has always gone to the nurses office to check. This year she is not that close and I am concerned when she has a low walking that far. She is resistant to check in the classroom and also resistant to cgm. What do others do in?
     
  2. mamattorney

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    I would suggest two things - if it's testing "in public" that has her uneasy, I would suggest that she step out into the hall. If it's testing alone without an adult that she doesn't like, have the nurse come to her.
     
  3. Sarah Maddie's Mom

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    When mine started testing and treating in the classroom in 3rd grade she had a spot near the teachers desk in the back of the room where she kept her supplies and could test with a bit of privacy. Now, going into the 11th grade she still prefers to test "quietly" at her desk, in the back of the room or at her locker.
     
  4. LoveMyHounds

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    How old is your daughter?
    DD can test anywhere, anytime.
     

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