A year ago, I wasn't sure how I felt about sending Matt to diabetes camp. He wasn't even interested at first, and he only agreed to go because our neighbor was diagnosed and agreed to go. After touring the camp (Camp Najeda) in the spring and then touring it again the day that we dropped him off, I left him at camp feeling 100% certain that his needs would be taken care of for the week. I wasn't let down. Not only was he safe, but he had a great time. In fact, we have already signed him up for a 2-week session next year. Both of my kids will be going to camp next year at the same time, which will be an interesting opportunity for me and my wife, as we haven't had many (any?) kid-free days over the past 12 years. Not that we are trying to escape our children, but we are looking forward to taking a short little Mommy/Daddy vacation while they are at camp. It will be our 15th anniversary, and I never previously thought that we would ever be able to take a night away together until he was an adult. So, if you are considering diabetes camp, all I can say is that I totally recommend it. Matt had a time that he will never forget, and Mom/Dad had a few nights of uninterrupted sleep. It was refreshing for everyone!