For those who didn't see my prior thread, we are seeking some basic day camp accommodations for Jack. The camp is offered through a public community college. I had called the disability services office and spoken to the secretary, who was not optimistic that they would do anything for Jack. I had a meeting with the director of disability services today. It was less than 5 minutes long. They will not provide someone to check his blood sugar or treat lows (which are the only accommodations I am seeking.) They will call a medic or ambulance if he needs emergency medical assistance. (How very kind of them. ) She claimed that what I am seeking is a "personal service" and not a "reasonable accommodation." I thanked her for her time, told her I would send her a letter formally requesting accommodations, she could send me a letter denying them, and we would go from there. Frankly, I don't think she has the first clue as to what they're required to provide. All her knowledge pertains to college-aged students. I spoke to an ADA legal advocate before the meeting, and she was 100% sure that they are required to provide the accommodations that I've requested (and more). I'm going to copy her with the letter that I send to the college, as well as whatever their reply is, and we'll go from there. I am fervently hoping that my letter (which I'm going to send on my work letterhead) will prompt them to contact their lawyer, who will advise them that they have to accommodate Jack. I'm pretty mad right now. I asked what they would do for a child with asthma or an epipen. She informed me that they would be required to "self-medicate." I really wish I knew someone with asthma or allergies who was going to attend one of those camps. I'd have them request accommodations as well. This is a BIG community college with a BIG summer program for elementary and middle-school kids. I cannot believe I am the first person to challenge their policy. So here I go. Wish me luck.