Just curious! Jason was diagnosed a little after he turned 4. At the beginning, finger pokes were a nightmare. He fought...hard...against them. In a few weeks he was poking himself, with supervision. After 9 months, he was doing it independently. Since September he has been doing all his school pokes in his class, as scheduled by me, or wherever he feels low or high. Aside from his midnight and AM pokes, he does all his home ones as well. He treats his own lows and can treat his own highs as well. Unfortunately, the law in NY is that he must go to the RNs office at school to give insilun, but he does it himself there. There are 6 D kids in his school, counting him. 2 in K, one other in first, one in second and one in 4th. He is the only one who does his own pokes. I guess I was just a bit suprised.