New School,new nurse. Now I miss our old nurse I had to go I to the school today to change Sophie's max bolus. While I was there I though I would be nice and let the nurse know I changed her morning I/c,just in case it was too much.I have never been more frustrated,and even my normally level headed husband is upset The highlights of the conversation are 1. She informed me Sophie is going mildly low(which dex isn't picking up)at the same time everyday,at least for a week,but never thought to contact me 2. Parents should not be changing any pump settings and in her mind that is akin to practicing medicine without a license,and informed that that is illegal(duh) 3. She can not continue to go to Sophie when dex alarms,and she needs to start walking to her office across the building when she has a hypo or hyper. 4. She is very frustrated with Sophie when Sophie gets upset with lows or false alarms and cries,because she is is afraid. She takes care of 3 t1d all day and because of that she knows what it is like to be diabetic and Sophie is being overly dramatic. I talked to Sophie about it and the feeling I get is she is not confident that the nurse will help her if she has a very serious low and is afraid. That is a whole 'mother issue and we will address it with a therapist 5. She hates Sophie's dexcom and would appreciate it if we didn't send it to school. She expects the dexcom to always match a fingerstick exactly and doesn't like when it isn't. She also doesn't like that it is catching lows Sophie doesn't feel and thinks if Sophie doesn't feel low then it isn't a real low I have spent a lot of time on the phone e today trying to get ahold of someone at the school! district to voice these concerns and come up with a game plan. What is up with these nurses in northern Indiana?