I had this mostly typed and got sidetracked. Wow, missed several contentious posts. The OP has explained why her son is on NPH, why he is at camp (remember, Let Kids be Kids is one of our sayings), etc. Rather than criticizing her, I think those of us who have been in "Diabetes World" for many months or years need to remember that she has been part of our world for only a month. Did we all learn everything in that first month? Not exactly. Give her time to learn, try to teach her, not criticize her. Those of us in the U.S. should be even less critical because we do not know how the schools in Ontario work. Also, rather than blasting her statements about treating lows, provide evidence to the contrary. Show her the studies that point out how critical it is to give glucagon asap. I don't have the statistics, but I don't know how many people have ever had to give glucagon (excluding mini doses for illnesses). As for the statements that she said "wait 30 minutes...," I did not see that, but admit there's a lot to read. I also did not see where she said she does not provide food if her son is shaky. In sum, I think the OP is not trying to harm her son. She is new to diabetes and is trying to learn everything she can. Remember that you/we were once in her shoes. Just my personal opinion.