A couple of weeks ago we had a second 504 evaluation meeting at my daughter's school. The issue of testing in front of others was discussed again. This all came about because the school told me some time ago I cold not test and inject in front of other kids at school and most certainly not in the cafeteria. Although nothing was resolved the district nurse (the local boss of the school nurses) asked where I tested and injected my daughter at meal times. She simply assumed it could not possibly be at the dinner table and seemed quite shocked when I told her that in fact we do test and inject at the dinner table right before she eats. She was convinced that this was unusual and the most people would most likely do this in the bathroom by the sink. She was thoroughly repulsed by the idea of testing and injecting at the dinner table. I am dealing with the 504 issues and the question of when and where my kid can test. But the district nurse's perspective struck me as strange. I can't imagine we are that unusual in terms of families with T1 kids. Where do you test and inject your kids?