The reason he is at camp is because I do not want him to spend the entire summer at home on the computer all day every day - which is what he did last year!! It just so happened that the diagnoses was made a few days after I got him registered at camp - so yes I am dealing with 2 things at the asme time - but I have the support team at sick kids hospital and can call, email or page them when I need to. They have been wonderful so far. And yes it is a REGULAR camp. My son gets his insulin shots at home (rapid and NPH at breakfast, rapid at dinner and NPH at bedtime). The only thing he has at camp is a finger prick and a teacher does that at lunch time. The teacher has a meter. They know the criteria. If the number is below 4, then he gets a juice box, wait 10-15 minutes and then another prick. Because this camp has more sports that usual, he does tend to go low - but we are lowering the insulin to balance the exercise. Right now, today, my son is at home with cough, cold, runny nose and sore throat. Insulin amounts have to be adjusted for that since he is not eating very well right now. He has a sore throat and cant eat a granola bar for a snack. So he has freezies. I hope that answers all your questions.