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IN PA? Safe at School Possible Vote Dec 10

Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by badshoe, Dec 9, 2013.

  1. badshoe

    badshoe Approved members

    Jun 28, 2006
    From a ADA's PA lobby team:

    Right now, (Meaning tomorrow, this Just Happened) legislation is pending in Pennsylvania that would make a huge difference in children's lives. It would allow school staff members to be trained to give insulin and glucagon so there is always someone there to help, even when a school nurse cannot be. It would also allow students who are mature enough to do so to independently self-manage their diabetes at school.

    Urge your legislators to support this critical Safe at School legislation.

    There's no time to waste! Your legislators are expected to vote on this legislation very soon. That's why they need to hear from you today.

    Ask your legislators to keep children with diabetes safe at school!

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