Hi, all. My apologies if this has been asked and answered, but I can't find it in the forums, although I promise I did run a search first before starting a new thread. My type 1 toddler needs day care. So far, we've been lucky enough to have a provider in Massachusetts who happens to have had gestational diabetes, and is therefore comfortable with blood checks, and also, toddler's dad is work-at-home, and has been available to drop by and do her dosing. However, we're moving to New York City full time and are running into trouble finding with potential day care providers in our new neighborhood. They all say that they can't deliver medications (and some say that they can't even do her blood checks) because it violates their licensing. I researched this a bit online, and I see that this is not an uncommon problem, but also that it may run afoul of federal anti-discrimination and disability rights laws, and that it has been litigated. I also see that this is handled differently in each State. Can anyone share how they've gotten around this problem? Especially in New York State? Also, does anyone have a contact or referral to a staff attorney at an advocates organization who can inform us of our rights in NYS, and possibly explain our rights to a day care provider? Any help would be appreciated. Diabetes shouldn't prevent my daughter, or anyone else's, from receiving the same access to day care or preschool as every other child.