How do people deal with mistakes by caregivers? Our son was at preschool yesterday and went so low during nap that Dexcom simply read "LOW." We got him back up eventually but it became apparent that no one had been monitoring his receiver because they did not fully understand who was in charge and the people on the floor weren't clear on the procedures in the first place. It's been a chaotic time there, with the head teacher quitting last week and a bunch of subs taking her place while they hire a replacement. The other two well-trained teachers were on lunch break. This is the first time he's been seriously low at daycare since he got on a pump, but it's the scariest scenario, as he was sleeping with a ton of IOB. I want ensure my son's safety but also realize that mistakes happen (we sure have made them) and that the teachers have a lot on their plates right now. How do I get across the importance in a diplomatic way and make sure this doesn't happen again? No need for shame or guilt but want to increase the vigilance and knowledge level. We've already done three education sessions and we have a simple, clear, poster with the guidelines stated. Thanks for any suggestions.