DD just turned 7 and she is going to church camp for the first time. It's very short, 3 days, 2 nights. There will be a nurse there, but our church's children's minister is going to take care of most D things because she is going to be their counselor so she will be with DD all the time. I explained a bunch about t1d recently and I loaned her our copy of the pink panther book to read before camp and she said she's been reading it and things are make more sense than when I overwhelmed her with explanations It will be hot outside and they will be doing the usual camp things like swimming, sports...basically lots of running around. DH and I are wondering if we should lower her basal rates a little for camp just to prevent some of the possible activity induced lows and to give the children's minister a little less to worry about. I certainly don't want her to run high for most of 3 days, but I'm more comfortable with her hanging out a little higher during that time. I've toyed with the idea of just going to camp too so I can take care of her, but that will suck a lot of the fun out of it for her, plus I'm 7 months pregnant and I just don't think I can tolerate 3 days in the heat. Any advice on dealing with non-D camp? ETA: the children's minister is going to be texting me nearly constantly the entire time with all of her numbers, carb counts etc so I can manage from home with any help she may need and the camp is only 45 minutes away in a worst case scenario. DD is also really good with helping with her own care and so I think she will be able to do a lot to make sure she is getting the care she needs.