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Anyone willing to share training guides/forms?

Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by HanksMom, Jul 10, 2012.

  1. HanksMom

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    We've very recently decided to move home to Indiana to be closer to our families, and this means enrolling Hank in a preschool (which we were going to do anyway in the fall, but moving the timeline up about a month). We've found one that seems to be extremely open to D care, but I'm very interested in getting some samples of what others have done in terms of written training materials/handouts for care providers, particularly for young children.

    We have simple forms we've developed for our current full-time sitter and for grandparents, but nothing for a school environment. He will be there Monday-Friday, full-time, and snacks/meals will be provided by the center...we'll get a menu in advance.

    Thanks in advance!!

    Kim
     
  2. joy orz

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    A few years back I posted our home made manual with photos, it's a huge file so Jeff embedded it somewhere. I can't find it right now, but if you send me your email address, I can send it to your email directly.
     
  3. HanksMom

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    Thanks!! Just sent you a pm with my email.
     
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    That is pretty similar to what I did except I had an illustrated hand out for giving injections as well. Also I copied the sheets on symptoms and treatment of highs and lows we got from the hospital bc we dont have a CGM. Let me know if you want the injection handout in case the provider has to do a correction by syringe.
     
  6. Joretta

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    American diabetes and JDRF both have paperwork.
     
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    As an extra - we wrote on Rachel's sheet what 'number' the pricker should be set at . Somehow it got turned up to 5 at school and the poor kid HATED having her finger pricked and the Teacher commented how much blood there was at each prick :(
     

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