I was just mulling over my presentation and I thought I would ask here what accommodations are the most important to you? We all have different ages of kiddos and they are all in different stages of independence, so I wanted to make sure I represent the broad range of possible requested accommodations. What are your pet peeves when it comes to lack of proactive inclusive practices when it comes to your kiddo with diabetes? My pet peeve is my daughters class winning a party for great behavior or some sort of school contest and being called the day of to let me know. Letting the class have a treat and telling my kiddo to just take it home or wait till snack/lunch, while letting everyone else have it on the spot. Forgetting that I am to be first asked if a family member can chaperone a field trip at no cost to me to go, making me feel like a bad guy if other parents are turned away. Planning an special activity when my DD will be out of the class room and at the nurse. that is just a short list but the above happen way too often IMHO, and she has a great teacher this year, would hate to know what a bad teacher would do to make her feel less included.