I'm not sure if this is the right way to do this but I'll just post and pray for some help. My daughter Sierra, age 9, was diagnosed with type 1 (waiting on tests to confirm but the endo and all signs symptoms point to it) about 4 days ago. Obviously this is a huge change and we are still in a bit of shock. I'm hoping for guidance on a few things. 1. She always goes the city summer camp where all her friends go since her mom and I work full time. Now we don't know if that camp is qualified to handle kids with diabetes, maybe its overreacting but we can arrange our schedules to go to camp and do her shots but are worried about them knowing what to do if her bg runs really low. The diabetes camps are an hour out of the way, we can work with that but its also only a few weeks out of the summer. My question here is how do others handle this? 2. She splits time between her mom and I so we are trying to work out ways to share her bg levels, insulin and food preferences via text, email and whatever else but was wondering if anyone else has faced this and come up with better ways to at least share her bg and insulin doses (just started so still doing slide scale). 3. We have been planning a family vacation to Florida in a few weeks (provided the oil spill doesn't ruin it) and Sierra loves going there but its a long drive, big family going(super supportive) and days on the beach. I think it would be great for her to know that diabetes won't stop her from living and show that she can do whatever she wants with some extra planning, but wanted to see how y'all plan your vacations for driving or beach vacations. I know we'll have to check her bg more often and make sure we have plenty of snacks but was wondering about the drive times and testing and everything that goes with that kind of vacation. I would appreciate any advice, suggestions, anything really.