I'm looking for advice on how to handle camps with Anna as she gets older. I generally don't do them, except for type 1 camp, but she is starting field hockey this fall at school and it was suggested they try to do a camp over the summer. Anna will not check herself, might not bolus, if an adult doesn't go to her and say it's time to check and help her out/remind her. She doesn't want to do it alone(I think) and of course doesn't want to feel different. It's very frustrating to me as a parent and stressful. We let her go to an all day thing with her friend with swimming, games, etc and she came home at HI glucose and I saw her drinking a sprite in the back without her pump on. I just don't know how to get through to her. My husband and I both realized we made a mistake by letting her go and in the future we can't until she shows a little more responsibility. So she's 11 and for everything I still need to train someone to help take care of her. She starting to be mortified when I tell people so I have to be discreet. For a week long full day camp, obviously we have to train someone and she needs to be there with me. I'm thinking the best way to go about it is to have one person trained that will always be there help Anna get done what needs done, so she can feel good and enjoy camp. I left a message with the manager to see if he was willing to do this(obviously they have to right or it would be discrimination). Thanks for any advice on this age!