After weeks of fighting with the school myself and being told that they didn't need to provide the provisions for extra curricular activities/ field trips I contacted the ADA with the help of the wonderful people from here! The ADA helped me by sending an amazing lawyer to sit in in the 504 meeting with me. I expected to need to fight for what I had asked for after the fight I had already been having with them. We sat down and the school immediately restated my main concern and then said..."Well, we're going to do that.". I was momentarily dumbfounded. The lawyer made sure that everything was worded in a way that I was going to get what Connor needs. They did give me an argument over being informed about substitute nurses ( we just had another over dose of insulin given by one on Monday). But, I will be called by the school and informed that there is a sub and then I can call the sub with any concerns. We are still "talking" about the need to supply me with carbohydrate information for the school lunches. If it's not in the 504 then there will be a letter written to support the need for the information attached to the 504. The ADA advocate also help guide me in a direction to have our Endo or CDE write a letter to attach to the Health Care Plan to change the wording of his level of independence with carb counting that would make it necessary for them to give me the information.. I was so amazed at how different the school was with a lawyer present. I felt crazy at first and like I had wasted the lawyer's time because the school acted like I had called this meeting when they had agreed to everything already. I believe they only agreed to change the wording because he was present. I am grateful for all the help I have received from here, the ADA and the lawyer the ADA had contact me! Thank-you, Thank-you, Thank-you!!!!