We're meeting some resistance from the school in regards to my daughter keeping her nurse for next year. Personally, as long as she has an aide, I don't really care if it's a nurse or not. I never did, I just wanted someone there who understood t1 and someone who could keep my daughter safe. To me, it's not so much the education but the experience in diabetes. Her nurse now is telling me an aide (hell, even an lpn) cannot administer insulin. As in, cannot bolus from a pump either. She said that an aide can't "interpret" bg numbers. As far as an lpn, she says that she would have to be in direct contact with the nurse in order to give medicine. I'm just not sure I believe it 100% If this is not true, I don't want the school thinking that an aide can't bolus her insulin and that she has to walk up to the nurse everytime she tests(you know, to "interpret" the bg reading) or bolus, or anything else for that matter. Anyone know the legalities, or where I can possibly find this info out?